Entertainment Laboratories has bolstered its igaming output on the Latvian market after debuting a collaboration with online casino content developer PG Soft.
Under the terms of the deal Enlabs, which boasts corporate offices across Europe in Tallinn, Riga, Vilnius, Malta, Marbella, Minsk and Stockholm, will welcome a selection of gaming content from the PG Soft suite.
The agreement allows the firm to select the 13 most suitable games for their customer base, as well as preventing PG Soft from offering content to any other Latvian licensed operators for a period of one year.
Chris Davis, head of gaming at Enlabs, stated: “I have been a fan of PG Soft content since I was first introduced to them in 2018 so I am delighted that they have chosen us as their partner of choice to enter the Latvian market. Further to this we have already seen very strong performance from these games in Estonia and have no doubt the games will be well received by our customers.”
Earlier this week Enlabs became the largest shareholder in Global Gaming after making an investment of more than SEK 90m (£7.69m) to take its total ownership to 29.9 per cent.
Following a number of agreements entered with shareholders the latter, Enlabs has secured an additional 11,300,000 shares in Global Gaming for a price of 8 SEK a share, coming in at a total of SEK 90.4m (£7.72m).