Casino software developer Playson has endured the latest stage of its enhancement of igaming footprint after announcing a new deal with SuprNation.
The corporation stresses that the Nordic-facing operator’s online casino brand is indicative of Playson’s optimistic development plans across regulated markets in Europe.
SuprNation players are to gain access to the entire slot portfolio of Playson, including its timeless fruit slots series, and the new releases such as Solar Queen, Vikings Fortune: Keep and Win and Clover Riches, under the terms of the agreement.
Rasmus Hammar, casino manager at SuprNation said: “Playson have a fantastic reputation in the industry for producing high quality content. We’re thrilled to offer our customers access to some of the most innovative games on the market and look forward to a successful future partnership.”
Playson hailed a new partnership with Global Gaming earlier this month as “another amazing business deal,” as it pursued a strategic expansion through Europe through several new releases of operators in recent weeks and months.
It followed that the developer was called a “fantastic asset by 4stargames after being extended to Croatia with the help of Germania Sport, while online casino and sports betting operator Betzest and Kindred Group also hired the Playson suite last month.
Lars Kollind, business development manager at Playson, commented: “We’ve been hugely impressed by the work SuprNation have done over the years, and we’re delighted to have partnered with such a well-regarded operator.
“Playson is always looking to enter new markets and this deal helps us to expand further across northern Europe.”
Playson was a top sponsor of last month’s CasinoBeats Summit, with Kollind and in the ‘takeaways’ taking a look back at the case.
Addressing his post show thoughts it was stated: “This year’s CasinoBeats Summit was the first major sponsorship for us at Playson, so the experience felt rather special for the company, and understandably we were delighted to be attending the conference. The programme had something for everyone, with a diverse selection of visionary and influential speakers discussing a fascinating array of topics.
“Personally, I thoroughly enjoyed sharing the stage with such well-respected industry peers for the discussion on ‘The Search for Innovation in Gaming’. It was a very interesting debate, not everyone agreeing on where the industry lies in relation to innovation, but all reaching a consensus as to how profoundly it affects the industry.”