Swintt has hailed a commercial tie-up that “might be one of the biggest ones” entering into during recent times after strengthening its European presence alongside Betsson.
This will see SwinttGames and SwinttPremium releases become housed at the operators online casino sites across Sweden, Malta, Germany and Latvia, with Lithuania and Italy also set to be among the further launches that will follow suit.
“Over the past few months, Swintt has been involved in a number of partnerships with high-profile online casinos, but our new agreement with Betsson might be one of the biggest ones as we continue to expand brand throughout Europe and beyond,” stated David Mann, Chief Executive Officer at Swintt.
“By working closely with Betsson, we’ll be able to ensure customers in a number of important markets get to experience the huge variety of titles that we have available from our SwinttGames and SwinttPremium line-ups, as well as exciting third-party games courtesy of the SwinttStudios platform.”
Among the SwinttGames titles to be gained are Aloha Spirit XtraLock, Book of Shai and the upcoming release Electric Elements, while a range of classic slots will also be gained courtesy of the supplier’s Premium line-up.
Furthermore, the addition of SwinttStudios releases at Betsson platforms will enable a number of partner studios to showcase their software to a wide new audience.
These include the Gacha game-inspired Treasure Capsule: Thor’s Strike from Samurai Studio and recently-released Stacking Bison by Fine Edge Gaming.
Sarah Micallef, Head of Gaming Operations at Betsson Group, said: “From its fairly humble beginnings some 60 years ago, Betsson has established itself as one of the premier online gaming operators in Scandinavia and most of Europe – and a key component of this has been ensuring we partner with only the very best software providers.
“Over the past few years, Swintt has proved through its innovative range of releases that its certainly worthy of being considered up there with the industry’s top studios and we’re very much looking forward to making their games available to our customers in a wide number of markets this year.”