Swintt, the in-demand developer of premier casino and live dealer content, has strengthened its position in key markets, such as Canada, after integrating a suite of games with popular operator, iBet.
The deal means that iBet players will be able to access slot titles such as recently launched smash hit Lone Rider XtraWaysTM, Book of the West and Sea Raiders.
Swintt is a rising star developer and has quickly earned a reputation for creating casino content that is localised for growth markets and that taps into the different player requirements and preferences. Each game combines smart math with striking design.
The company has also developed a powerful gamification tool, SwinttGamify, which can be hooked up to any of its games allowing operators to set tasks and missions for players to complete for rewards taking engagement and value to the next level.
David Mann, Chief Commercial Officer at Swintt, said: “We are pleased to welcome iBet to the growing Swintt family and for its players to be able to access our games for the first time. With every game we aim to deliver a fun and entertaining experience tailored to specific market and player preferences.
“We see huge potential in key markets like Canada and believe our localised games will be a perfect fit for both markets. We look forward to seeing iBet players enjoy the superior experience our games deliver now they have landed in its game lobby.”
David O’Callaghan, CEO at iBet, said: “We always aim to deliver the best experience to our online casino customers and content plays a significant role in this which is why we look to partner with in-demand developers such as Swintt.
“This deal means we can give players access to proven, quality content that has been designed specifically to appeal to their preferences. We look forward to seeing players explore Swintt’s suite of games and enjoy the thrilling experience they provide.”
This latest licence sits alongside the previously secured certifications for several tier-one markets, including Great Britain, Netherlands, Portugal, Denmark, Colombia among others
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