Synot Games has continued its march across Europe after entering into a new agreement with Romania headquartered operator Superbet.
The Malta-based casino games developer is striving to establish itself as “a leading player in the CEE region,” as it supplies a variety of its content to players on the market.
Following the agreement and a successful integration process Synot Games’ entire suite of titles will gradually be launched through the site, coming after the green-light was issued by Romania’s gambling authority, ONJN.
Heather Faulkner, head of online gaming at Superbet, which also counts a network of more than 1,000 shops as part of its stable, commented: “Synot’s portfolio is something we are enthusiastic to finally have. Our players will certainly be delighted.
“We are confident that this will be a long lasting relationship given the reputation that this provider has earned itself over the last few months.“
As part of the new partnership Synot has already provided titles such as Respin Joker, Alchemist’s Gold, or Fruit Awards, with more to follow in the coming weeks and months.
Ivan Kodaj, chief executive officer of Synot Games, added: “We are happy to support Superbet’s offering with a list of fresh and entertaining titles with proven record on the market. This deal highlights our increasing popularity and market presence, giving us further recognition on the regulated markets.”
This follows a busy July for Synot Games, a holder of a Romanian class 2 licence and Malta Gaming Authority B2B licence, with its portfolio available in 25 languages and live in over 70 casinos.
A trio of new market entries were made throughout, with certification across Sweden, Denmark and Portugal ensuring the firm’s concerted global expansion strategy continued apace.
This was concluded with a deal alongside Betclic Everest Group, with agreement alongside the French operator hailed as “another high profile deal”.