Swintt, the developer of online casino games, will create a suite of casino games with the theme of Vinnie Jones, after linking up with the professional footballer turned Hollywood movie star through Easyodds.
Set to be released throughout the global igaming industry, the titles reflect the first batch of branded Swintt games and will concentrate on various aspects of Vinnie Jones’ life and persona.
The Royal Brompton and Harefield Hospitals Charity, a charity that Jones has rigorously sponsored, will be given a portion of the income from the offers.
About the partnership, David Flynn, CEO of Swintt, said: “Vinnie is a true British icon and globally renowned actor, having been successful in both sports and cinema, and we’re thrilled to be able to produce a suite of content around his image. His dedication to charity and philanthropic work is inspiring, making him a perfect celebrity for Swintt to work with.”
At tomorrow’s SBC Awards 2020, which will be televised live from Stamford Bridge, Jones is to make a special guest appearance and has seen goalkeeping legend Petr Cech and sports presenter Kirsty Gallacher announced as hosts.
Having played for Chelsea during a career as a combative midfielder which also included periods with Wimbledon, Leeds United, Sheffield United and QPR, Jones is no stranger to the pitch.
Jones landed the part of Big Chris in the 1998 Guy Ritchie film ‘Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels’ after hanging up his boots. In hits such as ‘Snatch’,’ Gone in 60 Seconds’,’ Swordfish’,’ Mean Machine’ and ‘X-Men: The Last Stand’ he has since forged a promising acting career and appeared. Jones now combines TV and film jobs with writing the betting tips column ‘By The Balls’ for sports betting odds and EasyOdds online casino comparison platform..
David da Silva, Easyodds CEO, added: “We’ve been working with Vinnie Jones all year and enjoyed sharing his unique perspective and personality with our users on Easyodds.com. It’s been a privilege to bring Vinnie together with Swintt to create unique casino games that will be great fun to play whilst supporting a fantastic good cause.”