SKS365 voices confidence as G Games enhances Italian presence

G Games has secured an “important milestone” in the igaming supplier’s global expansion strategy after extending its Italian presence alongside SKS365.

This will see the UK-based developer supply a range of online slots titles to the group’s flagship brand Planetwin365, as G Games looks to deepen its presence across the country’s digital space.

Recently, the provider extended its agreement alongside NetBet to ensure that a longstanding collaboration continued, while further afield within the content G Games was also awarded a B2B licence from the Swedish gambling authority.

This comes as the Nordic country prepares to usher in a licensing regime, with a slew of five year permits, which will be valid from July 1, 2023, until June 30, 2028, having been issued ahead of the introduction.

“We love working in Italy,” Helen Walton, Chief Commercial Officer at G, said of this latest alliance. “We know that  our games work well in this critical market and it’s wonderful to work with an operator that shares  our  commitment  to innovation and quality. 

“This collaboration marks an important milestone in G Gaming’s expansion strategy and reaffirms its commitment to establishing strong partnerships with leading operators across the globe”. 

The partnership with SKS365 will see Planetwin365 players gain access to an added wave of content from a portfolio that counts more than 100 games.

Under the terms of the agreement, what are stipulated as the “highlights” is the integration of titles such as Cheeky Fruits 6 Deluxe, Age of Athena and The Good, The Bad and The Ugly.

“Our players love exciting, entertaining games, so we’re confident the G portfolio will delight them, and it will help us to achieve further growth,” added Troy Cox, Chief Commercial Officer at SKS365. 

“We look forward to seeing them launch a huge variety of new games in the coming year, as  we are always keen to offer our customers new and cutting-edge titles and achieve maximum excellence.”