Synot Games has made further progress in what has become a hectic period for the group, after announcing a content distribution deal with Playtech.
The agreement, which is lauded as “another important landmark in the Synot Games growth strategy”, comes as the igaming supplier aims to maintain a trend of delivering its games into new regulated markets.
This latest collaboration will see Playtech add online casino games such as Book of Secrets, Respin Joker, Mysterious Atlantis and latest releases Pixel Reels, Fruits Go Multiply, Diamondz, among others, which will be available across both desktop and mobile.
“We are delighted that Synot Games has joined the Playtech distribution network as its casino software partner,” said Tomasz Mogiła, country manager at Playtech.
“Playtech’s scale and distribution is a powerful offering for potential partners, and this is a great example of our commitment to partnering with the right and well known companies to bring great content to regulated and growing markets.”
This latest content distribution deal comes amid a flurry of developments for Synot Games, with similar such agreements alongside Bet365, Avento and FavBet already secured this week.
Synot Games is licensed by the Malta Gaming Authority and UK Gambling Commission, with games certification in the Netherlands added to several other jurisdictions including Spain, Italy, Portugal, Sweden, Denmark, Latvia, Lithuania, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Romania, Croatia, Greece, the UK, and Malta.
“This partnership shows our commitment to expanding our reach into new regulated markets across the globe and we are looking forward to a successful partnership,” commented Ivan Kodaj, CEO at Synot Games.