Swintt, one of the emerging software providers in the iGaming industry, has just signed a landmark deal with SoftSwiss.
The deal will give the former an opportunity to considerably expand its…
…presence in the industry and potentially gain access to new markets. Being one of the youngest companies in the market right now means that Swintt stands a lot to gain from this deal.
Boosting the Reach:
Being one of the youngest companies in the industry didn’t stop Swintt from establishing the necessary business connection at ICE London 2019 – one of the most important industry events held in the United Kingdom last year.
The company has established a few important partnerships to get the ball rolling last year, and is planning to…
…double down on that effort this year. The ongoing pandemic might prove to be a problem for this up and coming studio. However, it is showing no signs of slowing down just yet. Instead, they have signed a content deal with SoftSwiss.
This strategic deal will allow Swintt to offer its slot games to players located in some of the key European regulated markets. Its new partner will gain access to Panda Warrior, Everlasting Spins, Royal Golden Dragon, and 50 other slot games from its offer.
David Flynn, Swintt CEO, offered a comment regarding the new deal: “Seeing our content suite available on the SoftSwiss platform and reaching hundreds of their clients marks a key moment in our progress so far, and we are delighted to be able to offer our localized content boosted by gamification elements to their extensive player base and popular casino brands.”
Max Trafimovich, COO at SoftSwiss, also offered a take on the partnership: “Swintt’s product suite is tailor-made for our market focuses and we are thrilled to have them as our new partners. As we expand our product offering it makes perfect sense for us to work with some of the brightest and most innovative companies in the market, and Swintt fits the bill perfectly.”
Swintt is one of the youngest software providers to join the fold. The company was founded in 2019 and has hit the ground running. Despite being active for less than a year, it has managed to put together a portfolio of around 50 games. Some of these are already proving to be successful in key markets which are a good indicator of this company’s future performance.
So far, it has added several larger brands to its distribution network, with SoftSwiss being the latest name to join the fold.
Source: Miller, George. “Swintt brings home landmark deal with SoftSwiss” https://europeangaming.eu/portal/press-releases/2020/03/24/66903/swintt-brings-home-landmark-deal-with-softswiss/. European Gaming. March 24, 2020.Author: Dusan Trifunovic