Swintt has built on last year’s decision to enter the Dutch market after agreeing to provide its complete games catalogue with online casino operator 711.
Licensed by the KSA, 711 will utilise the deal to offer Netherlands-based players games from Swintt’s ‘cutting-edge’ collection, SwinttGames, alongside traditional slot titles from its SwinttPremium offering.
In addition to these titles, 711’s player base will gain access to third-party slots released through the supplier’s SwinttStudios initiative, showcasing games from a number of brands across the industry.
David Mann, Chief Executive Officer at Swintt, stated: “The regulated Dutch market is one that Swintt has had its eye on ever since obtaining certification for our games there last year, so we’re absolutely thrilled to now be able to offer a selection of our titles at 711.
“As a popular and trusted Netherlands-based brand, they’ll provide the perfect platform for us to share our games with a wide new audience.”
Swintt has suggested that, due to similarities with the German market and a Dutch fondness for traditional casino titles, its SwinttPremium collection may be the preferred selection in the jurisdiction.
Titles within this collection include Master of Books Unlimited, Extra Win X and Duolitos Garden, in which players can win one of four local jackpots.
While these games use classic symbols and sounds to create a land-based feel, 711 players might also become fond of the studio’s SwinttGames releases that use modern mechanics and themes, such as Aloha Spirit XtraLock and Candy Gold.
Gilles de Backer, Chief Operating Officer at 711, added: “Over the past few years, Swintt have proved themselves to be one of the most exciting and ambitious software developers around and we’re really excited to host their games.
“From classic slots to state-of-the-art releases, there’s something for everyone in the Swintt catalogue and we’re sure their titles will prove hugely popular with our players.”
Finally, 711 users will be able to play games from a host of suppliers via Swintt’s SwinttStudios service, curating titles from third-party providers such as Fine Edge Gaming.