Malta headquartered casino games developer Synot Games has deepened its Spanish footprint after aligning with Grupo Veramatic, an operator of gambling halls and casino products in the country.

As a result of the new agreement Synot is to supply its portfolio of slots content into the firms Jokerbet online gaming brand, adding to its current suite of more than 350 titles.

Jorge Justicia, CEO of Jokerbet, explained: “We are convinced Synot Games will help us to attract to both our online site and gambling hall’s customers, who are already aware of a strong brand like this. 

“Also these games will bring us new pure online players who are looking for a superior experience. Our customers know we choose the very best and that is what we are going to bring them, an omni-channel gaming experience totally focused on a customer-centric vision”.

Earlier this year Synot established a strategy to further expand its presence across European regulated markets, with this deal representing the latest stage of its Spanish ambitions.

This follows a deal agreed last week alongside Casino Gran Madrid online, which marked Synot’s initial manoeuvres into the region.

The firm is officially licensed by the Malta Gaming Authority and certified in markets across Europe, including recently acquired approvals for Italy, Sweden, Denmark and Portugal.

Ivan Kodaj, CEO of Synot Games, added: “Synot Group has an established presence on the Spanish land based gambling market, and we are thrilled to expand our business activities by commencing cooperation with We are looking forward to bring incredible new gaming experience to Spanish players“.

In its most recent deal Synot expanded into Lithuania courtesy of a content-based agreement alongside online betting and gaming organisation Betsson Group.

Rolling out titles via the firm’s Lithuanian-facing igaming entity, the deal represents the latest evolution of its Betsson partnership which began last week through Europebet.