Swintt And White Hat Gaming Team Up For European Market

Swintt, an online casino games company, has praised White Hat Gaming as a “excellent partner to work with” after the two companies announced a commercial partnership for key European markets.

Master of Books and Lost World are the first two Swintt games to be released by White Hat Gaming, with Egypt King and Extra Win among the games expected to be released in the coming weeks and months.

Effortlessly increase reach

Andy Whitworth, CCO at White Hat Gaming said: “Adding content across our many brands allows us to effortlessly increase our reach. We look forward to offering Swintt games across our network.

“Swintt has built a formidable reputation for the quality and diversity of its content in a short space of time, and the provider makes for a great addition to our already impressive game portfolio.”

Under the terms of the agreement, White Hat Gaming will eventually incorporate more of Swintt’s land-based style content, as well as its in-house slots and casino games, which have proven to be popular with players across Europe.

Major boost for content

The partnership is hailed as “significant” for the Malta-based provider, as it gives its content a “major boost” in terms of delivery and scope, as White Hat continues to expand its burgeoning portfolio.

Swintt’s chief marketing officer, David Mann, added: “This is a great partnership for us, allowing us to put our games in front of more operators and players than ever before. Our portfolio is diverse and localised, and our games have proved to be hugely popular to date.

“White Hat Gaming has been an excellent partner to work with. The process from initial discussions to launching the content has been smooth and seamless and we now look forward to seeing our titles line-up in White Hat’s game lobbies and for players to enjoy the fun and entertaining experience they provide.”

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