Belgium has become the latest destination for Skywind Group, as the online casino content developer gains a further step in its ambitions to cement a deeper igaming footprint.
Becoming the latest in a wave of online casino agreements, with the Stars Group, Superbet, Alea, Soft2Bet and Mr Green link-ups debuted thus far in 2020, Skywind is maintaining a strategy of expanding its reach and providing support and content across numerous markets.
Progressing its global reach via Belgium market entry, the firm lauds the region as being of “significant in its importance to the gaming industry” as well as making “huge strides in supporting the growth of the online gaming industry”.
Skywind Group asserts that it has kept a strong focus on entering as many regulated markets as possible with a market-specific games strategy, highlighted by a series of IP agreements such as that of the Bloodsport movie starring Jean Claude Van Damme
“This is just another step among many,” said Skywind Group managing director Oren Cohen Shwartz. “In the last 18 months we have entered seven regulated markets, including the UK, Italy, Spain, Denmark, Sweden, Greece and Romania. We have made our statement of intent, and you will continue to see us following through.”
Skywind recently sealed the latest stage of its strategic global growth ambitions after debuting a new partnership with Mr Green.
The former lauds the igaming operator’s “strong focus on compliance” as a key facet of the partnership, praising a “strong focus on providing players with great entertainment value in a safe environment”.
Under the terms of the agreement players of Mr Green will be able to access a range of new slots content, including Royal Rings, Aztec Respin, Big Buffalo, Super Lion and Buffalo Lightning.