Playtech, the gambling technology provider, has teamed up with Leap Gaming in an agreement to provide its virtual sports and casino content. 

Swintt has secured a distribution agreement with Max Entertainment, which will see the online casino content developer’s suite of games go live to players across the operator’s brands in all Malta jurisdictions.

Under the terms of the partnership, players at Slotty Vegas and GoSlotty, a pay’n play casino, will be able to access Swintt’s full portfolio of slots for the first time.

This includes titles such as Book of the West, Sea Raiders and the recently launched Lone Rider XtraWays, which features the developer’s XtraWays mechanic that allows the players to increase their winning potential with each spin.  

“We are thrilled to add Max Entertainment to our growing line-up of big-name operator partners. Slotty Vegas and GoSlotty are hugely popular brands, and we believe players will love our portfolio of games,” noted David Mann, chief commercial officer at Swintt.

“Each of our games has been localised for the specific market in which it is being offered to ensure they deliver an experience that not only meets but exceeds player expectations.”

This latest integration comes as the Max Entertainment team work on developing a new website and environment for players at Slotty Vegas, which grants players access to more than 3,000 slots and table games.

“We put content at the heart of our online casino brands and that is why we go to great lengths to partner with the most in-demand providers in the market,” stated Yaroslav Tabaliuk, head of casino at Max Entertainment.

“Adding Swintt to our already impressive portfolio really was a no-brainer; its slots are topping charts around the world and we want players at Slotty Vegas and GoSlotty to be able to enjoy the fun and thrilling experience each of its titles provides.

“This is a great partnership that adds variety and quality to our game lobby, allowing us to stand out from our rivals and deliver the best online casino environment to our players.”