Igaming software solutions supplier Tom Horn Gaming has announced a content distribution partnership with Estonian online casino brand SuperCasino, to extend its “exceptional growth and leading position in the Baltic region”.

This link-up also expands on the supplier’s long-term collaboration with Betsson across the Baltics, which has previously seen the operator group introduce its titles to the brand Betsafe in Lithuania and Latvia, respectively.

Under the terms of the alliance, the Tom Horn gaming suite, which includes titles such as The Secret of Ba, 243 Crystal Fruits, Spacejammers, and Wolf Sierra, will be integrated into the casino offering.

“For many players, Tom Horn games are synonymous with safe high-quality casino fun and we’re delighted to have enhanced our slot offering with their powerful titles,” commented Kaido Ulejev, Commercial Director CEECA of Betsson Group.

“The supplier’s unique content brings a host of exciting themes and mechanics, creating entirely new, immersive ways of player experience and we’re happy our players now have access to games such as 243 Crystal Fruits, Spacejammers or Wolf Sierra. 

“We’re certain that this partnership will be mutually beneficial and it will deliver strong results for both companies in the coming years.”

This partnership follows recent deals with Twin casino and United Remote, as well as the entry into the Czech online market, which comes as Tom Horn aims to achieve “significant business growth” across regulated markets.

Ondrej Lapides, CEO at Tom Horn Gaming, explained: “Since its launch in 2020, SuperCasino has been providing the finest gaming experience to different player segments in the country. 

“We’re positive that our local know-how, coupled with unique and localised content and SuperCasino’s forward-looking vision of casino entertainment will create new value to Estonian players. 

“We’re incredibly pleased to have partnered with SuperCasino as we continue our mission to delight players and reinvent casino entertainment for a new age of gaming.”