The maker of casino apps Playson has announced the signing of an agreement to see its entire suite of games played at No Account Casino.
The agreement gives the Nordic casino access to the whole slot portfolio of Playson, including titles such as Solar Queen and the first title of its new Funky Fruits series, Red Chili Wins.
Lars Kollind, Playson’s business development manager, said: “We’re delighted to be going live with a highly respected operator such as No Account Casino. The company’s strong presence in the Nordic regions is a fantastic opportunity for us to provide our games to an ever-growing fanbase.”
The No Account Casino, owned by Mandalorian Technologies Ltd, is lauded as “one of the first to offer customers the opportunity to enjoy Pay n Play technology from Trustly”.
In addition to the full portfolio of Playson’s No Account, the deal also allows the software developer, through its operators in Finland, Germany and Sweden, to begin its European expansion.
Matthew Bonnici, Mandalorian Technologies Chief Executive Officer, said: “Playson has become synonymous with high-performing popular titles and has a track-record of producing exciting content. We’re thrilled to be partnering with the company and look forward to offering its titles to our customers.”
The contract is the latest with Playson and follows the December agreement between the online casino games provider based in Malta and the Betpoint Group.
Compared to Playson’s deal with No Account Casino, its contract with Betpoint saw the company offer online slots to the group’s brands, 21.com and Justspin.
Kollind concluded at that time: “Betpoint Group was founded by casino professionals with years of experience in the gaming industry and we’re thrilled to be partnering with the team there. I’m sure our games will be a great addition to its burgeoning portfolio, and we look forward to the response from its players.”