Swintt to make British debut following “much-anticipated” UKGC approval

Igaming supplier Swintt is “thrilled” to have been successful in its application for a UK licence, allowing the company to debut its complete catalogue of titles to Britain’s player base.

Following approval from the UKGC, the company can supply its video slots and live casino titles to regulated platforms in the jurisdiction, accessing another player base to broaden its European presence.

Expressing his adulation with the deal, David Mann, Chief Executive Office at Swintt, commented: “Swintt is thrilled to be able to announce the issuance of a UK licence that will enable us to share our incredible collection of games with players at UKGC-licensed platforms for the very first time.”

As part of the studio’s initial phase of the launch, Swintt will unveil a couple of titles in its signature Xtra range of slots, Aloha Spirit XtraLock and Mystic Bear XtraHold, as well as its mobile-first release, Candy Gold. 

The company suggests that these three titles will provide a “unique slot experience” to UK-based players through “trademark bonus features”.

In addition to these titles, Swintt will see its Vinnie Jones branded slot titles debuted in the ex-footballer and actor’s home nation for the first time. In the company’s first of these instalments, The Crown sees Jones help players put together a crew to plan a heist on famous London treasures.

“While we should be able to announce the first of our UK partners shortly, in the meantime I can assure players that it won’t be long until they’re able to access some of our award-winning titles and experience the features that have helped us become one of the leading software providers,” added Mann.