Malta headquartered casino games developer Synot Games has added further depth to its evolving roadmap, after entering into a new content partnership with Europebet.

This forms part of a signed agreement made alongside online gaming and betting organisation Betsson Group, with Europebet marking the first activation of the link-up.

The Georgian operator has taken on-board Synot Games’ entire suite of games, including “top performing titles” such as Book of Secrets, Fruit Awards, Hunter’s Spirit and Respin Joker, to their online casino offering.

Matej Sopoci, chief product officer at Synot Games, said of the agreement: “We are euphoric to go live with Europebet as one of the first Betsson Brands. Thanks to this strategic cooperation with Europebet, Synot is confirming its position as a dominant player on Georgian market.

“Underlining our claim ‘games for true players’ we are looking forward to bringing Georgian players superior playability and entertainment value with our portfolio.“

Betsson acquired Europebet in 2015 as part of a strategic expansion in the region, where it’s said to hold a 30 per cent market share.

Europebet is the first brand under the Betsson portfolio to go live with the Synot portfolio, with the rest of the Scandinavian firm’s entities to “shortly follow suit”.

Teona Murtskhvaladze, slots product manager at Europebet, added: “Europebet is delighted to be partnering with Synot Games. All games developed by Synot Games will be fully accessible on Europebet website, providing players with unique gaming experience.”

Synot, licensed by the Malta Gaming Authority and certified in markets across Europe, including recently acquired certifications for Sweden, Denmark and Portugal, has a portfolio of slots that is now available in 25 languages and live in more than 70 casinos.

Earlier this month the firm continued a recent “hot streak” on the path of global expansion, after unveiling a new link-up with SBTech.