Swintt Continues Hot Streak Signing Singular Deal

Online casino games provider Swintt continued its recent hot streak of igaming deals after a contract with Singular was rolled out.

Building on recent agreements alongside Rootz and Relax Gaming, Swintt is to merge all of its igaming suite into the Singular igaming platform under the terms of the agreement.

Singular CCO Robert Dowling said of the deal: “Singular prides itself on having a relevant and quality selection of game providers, and we are delighted to be partnering with Swintt who tick all of our boxes.

“Their well curated product suite will match the market needs for our growing list of tier one clients and we are looking forward to seeing their games in action via Singular’s Casino Core.”

Singular is to gain access to the Malta based supplier’s entire product range including titles such as Immortal Monkey King, Panda Warrior, Royal Golden Dragon and the newly launched Sea Raiders.

Promising memories of video games, Sea Raiders provides a player journey that unlocks new islands on an in-game map by collecting special symbols. Every island has a different bonus round to correspond to a particular theme.

Each of the progressive metres in Sea Raiders has five thresholds that activate the respective bonus rounds in the base game, namely walking wilds re-spins, random wilds re-spins, or stacked wilds re-spins, and the new island is unlocked after all five have been reached.

In addition, Swintt ‘s range of land-based classics common in European markets, including Germany, will also serve Singular Customers, as well as the Swintt Lite series. Titles that come under the Swintt Lite banner are tailored for many countries, designed lightly to save on higher data costs in maturing countries.

David Flynn, Swintt CEO said: “We are delighted to keep our strong 2020 blazing forward with this partnership with an established platform provider in Singular.

“Our selection of products, especially the localised and Swintt Lite content, perfectly suits Singular’s clients and their global player bases.”