Online casino games provider Swintt has continued its recent hot streak of igaming partnerships after rolling out an agreement with Singular.

Building upon recent agreements alongside Rootz and Relax Gaming, under the terms of the agreement Swintt is to integrate its entire igaming suite into the Singular igaming platform.

Robert Dowling, CCO at Singular, said of the deal: “Singular prides itself on having a relevant and quality selection of game providers, and we are delighted to be partnering with Swintt who tick all of our boxes.

“Their well curated product suite will match the market needs for our growing list of tier one clients and we are looking forward to seeing their games in action via Singular’s Casino Core.”

Singular is to gain access to the entire product suite of the Malta headquartered supplier, including titles such as Immortal Monkey King, Panda Warrior, Royal Golden Dragon and the recently released Sea Raiders. 

Promising echoes of video games, Sea Raiders offers up a player journey whereby collecting special symbols unlocks new islands on an in-game map. Each island corresponds to a particular theme with a specific bonus round.

Each of the progressive meters in Sea Raiders has five milestones, which in the base game trigger the respective bonus rounds, namely walking wilds re-spins, random wilds re-spins or stacked wilds re-spins, and once all five have been reached, the new island is unlocked.

Furthermore, Swintt’s selection of land-based classics popular in European markets, including Germany, will also be served to Singular clients, as well as the Swintt Lite series. Built lightly to save on expensive data costs in maturing markets, titles that fall under the Swintt Lite banner are optimised for many markets.

“We are delighted to keep our strong 2020 blazing forward with this partnership with an established platform provider in Singular,” noted David Flynn, Swintt CEO

“Our selection of products, especially the localised and Swintt Lite content, perfectly suits Singular’s clients and their global player bases.”