Gamanza has unveiled a further expansion of its casino games portfolio, after partnering with Malta-based terrestrial and online operator Gaming1.
Under the terms of the agreement the igaming platform provider has integrated Gaming1’s content into its igaming superstore, which also provides a boost to Swiss players through the online brand of Grand Casino Baden, jackpots.ch.
This is due to Gaming1 holding the ISO 27001 certification that is required of game providers by the Swiss Federal Gaming Board.
Sylvain Boniver, chief operating officer at Gaming1, commented: “The Swiss market has been of high priority for Gaming1 for some time, and we are delighted to offer our games to Swiss players via the Gamanza platform and extend our partnership with jackpots.ch.”
As a result of the new deal players at jackpots.ch can now enjoy a number of Gaming1 titles, including the Atlantis Wrath of the Ocean and Plasma Fusion slots, as well as American Roulette table games.
Magnus Lindberg, founder and chief executive officer of Gamanza, added: “I’m really pleased to add Gaming1 products to our portfolio – it’s great to work with a company that also shares our commitment to regulated markets and the ISO standards. Gamanza looks forward to launching more Gaming1 content in the future, in Switzerland and beyond.”
Gamanza entered Switzerland recently after the igaming solutions provider powered the first legal online casino to enter the Swiss market, which came to the fore at the beginning of July.
Switzerland has now become one of the most stringent jurisdictions in the igaming world, in addition to the compliance and responsible gaming codes of practice, there are a number of local system integrations needed to fulfil know your customer requirements.
Despite being early days in the newly regulated Swiss online casino market, the Malta-based start-up emphasises that “it represents a significant opportunity for game providers”.
However this is limited somewhat, with the number of content providers permitted to distribute in the country restricted due to one of the regulatory requirements being that organisations hold an ISO 27001 certification.