The localisation of titles has been praised as a key facet in LeoVegas’ latest igaming distribution deal, with the online gambling operator set to launch a selection of Swintt’s gaming suite.
The collaboration will offer players across the numerous brands operated by the LeoVegas Group, which includes Royal Panda, GoGoCasino, and LiveCasino, among others, access to titles such as Master of Books, Lucky Fruit Wheel, Extra Win and Tokyo Dragon.
“Content is a powerful differentiator and this deal with Swintt allows LeoVegas Mobile Gaming Group to add a suite of highly entertaining casino games to our portfolio,” stated James Ford, group casino director at LeoVegas.
“That games are localised is a major upside and means we can deliver content that we know meets player preferences in specific markets.
“We have seen players enjoy their first spins on the Swintt games launched already, including Master of Books, Lucky Fruit Wheel, Extra Win and Tokyo Dragon, and look forward to adding additional Swintt titles over the coming weeks and months.”
Furthermore, the deal will also see Swintt add new games each week until all of its over 40 online gaming titles are live with LeoVegas Group. This includes its suite of land-based style content, that the group adds has “taken the German and other European markets by storm”.
David Mann, chief commercial officer at Swintt, said: “This is a great deal for us and proves that the quality and calibre of our games is up there with the very best developers in the market. Our portfolio is extensive and localised, allowing operators to ensure the games they offer meet player needs in each market they enter.
“This allows them to stand out from their rivals through quality content that delivers the experience players are seeking. We are thrilled to be supplying our content to the LeoVegas Group and look forward to seeing our titles land in the lobbies of its casino brands over the coming weeks.”