Casino software developer Playson aimed to further increase its European scope after extending through a fresh agreement with Germania Sport in the Croatian industry.
Agreeing to provide the company with a choice of spots from its product suite, it supports latest deals alongside products such as Betzest and Kindred Group, including its Unibet flagship site.
Tomislav Smolčić of Germania Sport said: “Playson’s games will be a fantastic addition to our existing content, and we’re thrilled to have them on board.
“They have a well-deserved reputation for supplying high-quality content and we know their games are going to be a huge hit with our players.”
The inclusion will offer the user entry to the ‘ Timeless Fruit Slots ‘ sequence of Playson and its recent matches, including Solar Queen, Vikings Fortune: Hold and Win and Sakura Dragon and set to take position in October.
Blanka Homor, sales director at Playson, said of the link-up: “We are delighted to have partnered with Germania Sport and can’t wait to offer its players with our range of exciting games.
“Global expansion has always been a major focal point for all of us here at Playson, and we hope this integration with Germania Sport will be the start of a mutually beneficial relationship continuing into the future.”
Last month Lars Kollind, Playson’s director of business development, had this to say about the company’s expansion plan:
“This year has seen us actively grow our global presence and one major reason for the success we’ve achieved over this period has been our agility.
“The cornerstone of Playson’s business is of course slots, but running parallel to our skilled creative team developing exciting new titles is the constant push by the company to cultivate partnerships and secure licences for different regulated markets.
“It’s this combination of a well-respected games portfolio, and our reputation as a solid commercial partner, that has helped us make such inroads into various new territories.”