London headquartered games studio Revolver Gaming has boosted its European presence after signing a new content-based partnership with Entertainment Laboratories.
Lauded as the “largest operator in the Baltics,” the content provider is to see its full slots portfolio be made available across all of Enlabs casino brands and markets, starting with Estonia and Latvia via its flagship brand, Optibet.
“Revolver produce high quality slot games with engaging mechanics and high max wins, this style of game suits our core markets perfectly,” noted Chris Davis, Enlabs head of casino. “I have no doubt that their content will perform well in the Baltics and beyond”
The launch marks Revolver’s debut entry into the Baltic markets with products including flagship video slot Multiplier Man and soon to be released Squish, which it states will be “providing a complimentary addition” to the Enlabs offering.
Ryan Lazarus, CEO at Revolver, added: “The Baltics are a completely new market for us, so we are thrilled to have teamed up with the most dominant operator in the region. We feel sure our content will connect with the audience and look forward to a long future.”
Matthijs Vogelenzang, sales executive at Revolver, commented: “Entering the Baltic states marks the next step of Revolver showing its commitment to regulated markets. I have no doubt that our games will quickly make a name for themselves in these markets.’
Earlier this month Enlabs’ new technical platform, named NPL, received certification from the Malta Gaming Authority.
Enlabs’ in-house developed platform, which has already been certified in Sweden and Lithuania, opens up major business opportunities for the firm via the MGA recognition.
With this, Enlabs’ main brand Optibet can be migrated to NPL, which it is hoped will mean a broader and better customer offering, enabling it to be actively launched across new markets.