Expanding operations with Lithuania has been targeted by casino software developer Playson, after the firm went live with its slots content via online sportsbook and casino operator TOPsport.
The agreement with what the firm lauds as “Lithuania’s top operator” is the latest in a string of commercial deals for the slot provider, which is extending its global reach as part of its long-term growth strategy.
“We’re delighted to announce our games are now live with TOPsport, and are very pleased to be growing our global footprint with such a well-respected operator,” noted Blanka Homor, sales manager at Playson.
“The company has a stellar reputation in the industry and we’re looking forward to a long and productive relationship.”
The deal ensures that an increasing number of players in the country now have access to a host of top-performing games including the timeless fruit slots series, along with titles such as Rise of Egypt, Mighty Africa: 4096 ways and Crystal Crush.
Gintaras Staniulis, CEO at TOPsport, added: “As a supplier, Playson have a great range of exciting titles which appeal to a wide variety of players.
“As the leading operator in Lithuania, we want to assure that our players receive the best casino content, as they always did since gaming was added to TOPsport.”
Playson was a premium sponsor of last month’s CasinoBeats Summit, with Lars Kollind, business development manager, recently taking time out look back at the event in our ‘takeaways’ series.
Addressing his post show thoughts it was stated: “This year’s CasinoBeats Summit was the first major sponsorship for us at Playson, so the experience felt rather special for the company, and understandably we were delighted to be attending the conference.
“The programme had something for everyone, with a diverse selection of visionary and influential speakers discussing a fascinating array of topics.
“Personally, I thoroughly enjoyed sharing the stage with such well-respected industry peers for the discussion on ‘The Search for Innovation in Gaming’. It was a very interesting debate, not everyone agreeing on where the industry lies in relation to innovation, but all reaching a consensus as to how profoundly it affects the industry.”