Casino content developer, Realistic Games has launched into the Dutch market for the first time with Sport & Casino.

One of the most prominent operators in the Netherlands, Circus offers a significant shop window for Realistic’s slot portfolio in a market where 33 of its diverse games library received certification earlier in Q1 2024.

The initial batch of games rolling out will include Realistic’s smash hits Book of Charms and Catch 22 among others. These are titles which have spearheaded the developer’s recent surge forward in the style of its games, delivering high-quality slots to an eager and evolving player base.

The Netherlands entry follows Realistic’s move into Romania and marks further expansion across Europe, maintaining its growth ambitions as it continues 2024 in the same vein as it finished the previous year.

Jaana Repo, senior account manager at Realistic Games, said: Our launch into the Dutch market is the culmination of a lot of hard work and we’re thrilled at the prospect of the positive impact it brings. The Netherlands is a key market for us and we’re confident our games will resonate well with players there.

“We’re looking forward to more regional developments throughout the year as we continue to grow the Realistic brand.”

Denis Wittebrood, casino operations Manager at Sport & Casino, said: “We look forward to seeing if our Dutch players love the Realistic Games as much as we do. We believe they will, and we can’t wait to bring more Realistic Games content to the market.”

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