Dutch

Swintt has detailed the latest stage of its geographical expansion, after entering the regulated Dutch market, which opened up on October 1, 2021, alongside Fair Play Casino.

The alliance, which represents the gaming developer’s maiden manoeuvre into the Netherlands’ igaming arena, is said to mark a “significant step” in the evolution of the company.

The partnership will see Fair Play Casino’s online entity, whose land-based roster features many of the provider’s titles, gain access to the Swintt slot collection. 

David Mann, CCO at Swintt, saidd: “We’re thrilled to be taking games from our slot and premium slot collection live at Fair Play Casino Online. 

“The latter are already hugely popular with Dutch players due to their presence in Fair Play Casino’s live venues, while the former will introduce them to a world of great games as we make our first steps into the Dutch regulated online market.”

The partnership means that Dutch players will be able to access games such as Master of Books and Extra Win, as well as Book Of The East and an array of other games.

Pascal Janshen, content manager at Fair Play Casino, explained: “We are very excited about our partnership with Swintt, as they give us the opportunity to offer our online players some of their favorite games which they have gotten to know and love in our landbased casinos, such as Moon Oak and Seven Seven. 

“Besides these “classics”, we are confident that Swintt’s newly developed games will become equally popular and an appreciated addition to our existing game portfolios”

Fair Play Casino made its debut in the country upon the opening of the country’s legalised online gambling market, doing so alongside Toto Online brand of Nederlandse Loterij; Holland Casino; and NSUS Malta, which counts GGPoker as part of its stable.

Furthermore, the KSA also issued approvals to Estonia’s Play North, operator of the Rocket Casino and Pikakasino brands, bingo operator Tombola, bet365; Belgian brand Bingoal, Italy’s Betent; and LiveScore Malta.