Skywind Group is embarking on the latest stage of its global expansion strategy after entering Italy under a new partnership with betting and gaming organisation Snaitech.

Striving to grow influence across a variety of jurisdictions the online casino content developer has heralded entrance to “one of the largest European markets” following the agreement.

“Snaitech’s values of responsible gaming and innovation match with Skywind Group’s core values. Snaitech players will now be able to enjoy our localised casino games for the Italian market while playing safe,” said Oren Cohen Shwartz, Skywind Group managing director.

“Italy is an important market for both local and global operators. The market enjoys a year- to-year increase in revenues and we are pleased to have extended our reach and enable our partners to offer our games and engagement tools in the market.

“Responsible gaming is a top priority for Skywind Group and we are glad to have Snaitech’s support in ensuring the Italian market has access to reliable, accessible, stand-out premium content.”

Snaitech is to introduce Skywind Group’s suite of ‘premium content’ to the Italiam market for the first time, with both parties stressing that a strong emphasis is to be placed on responsible gaming as the foundation for immersive entertainment.

Alessandro Allara, Snaitech sports and digital director, added: “We are very satisfied with this agreement with Skywind Group, a partner that focuses on product quality but above all on the safety of the gaming environment, because we consider gaming as pure entertainment. 

“Therefore, we have the duty to provide self-protection tools and information on risks, even by offering to our customers the most advanced gaming technologies, which give great help in reaching our purpose”.

This latest agreement for Skywind follows the release of its latest The Last Kingdom, with the slot game taking inspiration from the popular BBC series.

Regarding the new introduction Cohen stressed that “our goal for upcoming releases will focus on big names, big licenses, and big brands”.