After the online casino content developer unveiled a partnership with igaming and sports betting operator MaxBet, Skywind Group has rolled-out a deepened European presence.
As a result of the agreement, MaxBet players will eventually obtain access to a portfolio of over 300 games and a suite of customer interaction devices, going live in Romania.
Maxbet Malta, owned by Maxbet Group, operates throughout Central and Eastern Europe and has tried to expand in both internet gaming and land-based casinos, with Skywind lauding its games as “a strong platform.”
Maxbet Malta CEO Victor Rusinov said of the partnership: “We are absolutely thrilled about this partnership as we believe Skywind is the right partner to increase our position as a top casino in the Romanian market, their portfolio such as the well-acclaimed slot The Last Kingdom is sure to be a hit in this territory.”
Skywind will offer a range of video slots to MaxBet, including titles such as Royal Rings, Aztec Respin and Big Buffalo, as well as a number of licenced games, including Resident Evil, Bloodsport and The Magnificent Seven.
In addition, user interaction software from Skywind will also be available across all games to improve the player experience of MaxBet and optimise entertainment.
Skywind’s player engagement tools include split pot jackpots, time and amount-based jackpots, in-game tournaments and bonus coins, a system of rewards that the company claims is “set up to free spins.”
Skywind managing director Oren Cohen Shwartz added: “We believe in our ability to enable Maxbet’s strategy of growth in the Romanian market as well as in their expansion across other regulated markets.”