Having signed a fresh content-based alliance with Entertainment Laboratories, London-based sports developer Revolver Gaming has increased its European existence.
Lauded as the “largest operator in the Baltics,” the entertainment supplier will see its complete range of games accessible across all Enlabs casino products and economies, beginning with Estonia and Latvia through its flagship brand, Optibet.
Chris Davis, Enlabs head of casino noted: “Revolver produce high quality slot games with engaging mechanics and high max wins, this style of game suits our core markets perfectly. “I have no doubt that their content will perform well in the Baltics and beyond”
The introduction signals the beginning of Revolver’s intro into the Baltic economies with goods including flagship video slot Multiplier Man and shortly to release Squish, which it says will provide a complimentary complement to Enlabs offer.
Ryan Lazarus, CEO at Revolver, added: “The Baltics are a completely new market for us, so we are thrilled to have teamed up with the most dominant operator in the region. We feel sure our content will connect with the audience and look forward to a long future.”
Matthijs Vogelenzang, sales executive at Revolver, commented: “Entering the Baltic states marks the next step of Revolver showing its commitment to regulated markets. I have no doubt that our games will quickly make a name for themselves in these markets.”
The latest technical system of Enlabs, called NPL, obtained accreditation from the Malta Gaming Authority earlier this month.
The in-house system created by Enlabs, which has already been accredited in Sweden and Lithuania, provides the company with the MGA commitment to significant company possibilities.
With this, the primary brand of Enlabs, Optibet, can be moved to NPL, which is expected to result in a wider and greater client base, allowing it to be effectively introduced across fresh industries.