Games development studio BF Games has rolled out a selection of its slots portfolio with Swiss4Win, the online brand of Switzerland’s Casino Lugano.

The content deal provides Swiss4Win’s customers with 20 of the creative supplier’s most engaging releases, with the likes of Stunning Hot RemasteredCave of Fortune and Book of Gods now available.

Swiss4Win was launched after Casino Lugano was awarded an iGaming licence in 2020, marking the operator’s debut in the online casino market.

This strategic agreement is BF Games’ second launch in Switzerland after it entered the market last year. The commercial partnership is part of the supplier’s plans to expand across Europe and supply thrilling games to operator partners worldwide.

Rok Hribar, head of account management at BF Games, said: “Our new partnership with Swiss4Win as a huge milestone for us as we continue our growth across Switzerland.”

“We look forward to providing some of our most popular games to Swiss4Win’s player base and bringing our creative content to their screens.”

Paolo Sanvido, chief executive officer at Casino Lugano at Swiss4Win, said: “BF Games is a renowned provider of high-quality top-tier slots, so we are thrilled to sign this deal with the studio.”

“We know our players are bound to love BF Games’ creative and varied offering, anticipating a long and successful partnership.”

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