Malta headquartered online casino software developer Playson has unveiled a further expansion of its igaming suite, after signing a partnership with Lucky Days Casino.
The operator’s strong presence in German-speaking markets allows Playson to continue its expansion across Europe, following the acquisition of its Romanian licence from the country’s regulator, ONJN.
Under the terms of the agreement Playson has seen its entire portfolio of slots go live on the operator’s online casino site.
Andre Swedberg, CPO at Lucky Days Casino, said of the partnership: “Our platform has become synonymous with high-performing and immersive titles and Playson has a track-record of producing exciting content.
“We are confident its collection will be a hit with our players, and we look forward to seeing the results now its suite of games are all live.”
Founded earlier this year, Playson’s portfolio joins a variety of jackpot, live casino, video slots and table games from a number of global providers.
Lucky Days Casino customers can now access a variety of high-performing titles that it states are “suited to both new and experienced players,” including Solar Queen, Book of Gold: Symbol choice, Super Burning Wins: Respins and the ‘Timeless Fruit Slots’ series.
Lars Kollind, business development manager at Playson, commented: “Going live with a highly respected operator such as Lucky Days Casino is an important step for Playson, and we feel confident that our offering will prove popular among its players.
“The company’s strong presence in German-speaking regions is a real plus, as we are always looking to strengthen our presence in regulated markets.”
Playson was a premium sponsor of September’s CasinoBeats Summit, with Kollind 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.”