Malta-headquartered igaming solutions firm Rhino Entertainment has joined forces with Flows to enhance an array of changes across the company. 

Synot Games has continued to make further strides on its European expansion strategy, after the online casino content developer teamed-up with Avento.

The Malta-based igaming operator group, which currently boasts the five brands of Frank Casino, Mr Bit, Slot V, Aplay Casino and Drift Casino, will deliver the gaming portfolio across the markets of Malta, Sweden, and Romania.

“We are delighted to have this partnership in place. It fits with our strategy to serve the best content to our players,” noted David Kostap, head of marketing at Avento.

“Synot Games’ extensive range of high-quality slots is popular across other markets, so we are looking forward to their reception by our player base.”

Under the terms of the agreement, a selection of the Synot Games portfolio, such as Joker 50 Deluxe, Fruit Awards, and Book of Secrets, as well as latest releases Pixel Reels, Tiki Princess, and Respin Joker 81, have been added to Avento’s game collection.

“Avento is a very exciting operator for us, and this agreement allows us to increase our presence in the gambling world,” stated Priscilla Gatt, head of business development at Synot Games.

“Also, their business strategy and our development strategy is a perfect match – grounds for a fruitful partnership.”

Earlier in the week, Synot Games lauded a “momentous achievement,” after the supplier saw its igaming suite become certified in the Netherlands.

With the move enabling the group to establish a presence in the Dutch casino market, the permit will see players in the country gain access to Synot’s gaming suite, as well as its most recent releases.

Synot Games is licensed by the Malta Gaming Authority and UK Gambling Commission, with games certification in the Netherlands added to several jurisdictions including Spain, Italy, Portugal, Sweden, Denmark, Latvia, Lithuania, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Romania, Croatia, Greece, the UK, and Malta.