Synot Games has progressed its aspirations in the United States, after the online casino content supplier struck a distribution alliance with GAN.
Lauded as a “significant step” by the igaming provider, the agreement will see Synot add its games to the burgeoning content suite of the company.
As a result of the partnership. Synot’s “top performing titles,” such as Alchemist’s Gold, Corsair Queen, and Respin Joker, went live in New Jersey casinos.
“We’re excited to announce the launch of these titles in a US regulated real money state. This is a development in our partnership with Synot, a respected content provider that already offers high-quality content on other gaming platforms overseas,” commented Marcus Yoder, SVP Sales at GAN.
“Launching new content on the Gan platform further differentiates our innovative technology from competitors as we continue expanding into markets across the US. We look forward to continued synergy with Synot.”
This tie-up sees GAN add further depth to its US real-money gaming platform, which sees the group bolster a content offering that currently stands at over 800 titles.
Additional games are also set to be added, with four more Synot titles anticipated to launch in New Jersey during the current year’s third quarter.
“This deal is a significant step for us. We anticipate a long-lasting relationship taking our games live with GAN in a US regulated money estate. This is an incredible opportunity to entertain even more players all over the map,” added Miroslav Valenta, sales director at Synot.
Last month, GAN noted an expectation to report second quarter revenue of $34m to $35m and positive adjusted EBITDA ranging from $3m to $7m, as higher than expected revenue more than offset strategic investments in talent and technology. The company also increased full year revenue guidance to a range of $125m to $135m.