Microgaming has penned an exclusive deal that will see Spinstars’ complete casino catalogue made available to additional markets through the supplier’s aggregation platform.
The agreement will enable Spinstars to tap into Microgaming’s wide-ranging distribution channel, expanding the game provider’s reach to players in Belgium, Germany and Malta, as well as in the upcoming Dutch regulated market.
While it is a relatively new player in the online gaming space, Spinstars already boasts a portfolio of ten unique online slots, including Wild Joker, Steampunk500 and Netherlands-targeted branded title The Voice of Holland.
Adding to an ever-growing line-up of premium partner content, the Gibraltar-based provider will bring even more diversity to Microgaming’s leading casino portfolio.
“We’re thrilled to welcome Spinstars to the Microgaming platform, bringing with them a wealth of unique and exciting gameplay experiences with a classic slot machine feel.
“The deal comes at an exciting time for Microgaming as we prepare to enter the Dutch regulated market on 1 October with a diverse collection of top partners releases, alongside exclusive studio games,” said Graeme Powrie, director of aggregation at Microgaming.
“Our Spinstars products have been heavily anticipated by customers who are not just looking for unique content, but especially content that will help them strike the right note in countries where classic slots are more well-known than video slots, such as the Dutch market.
“In Microgaming, we’ve found a partner that cannot just facilitate this demand, but has been supportive of our mission to bring ‘classic games’ with ‘new technology’ since the very beginning,” added Joeri Dikkeboom, CEO at Spinstars.
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