Author: Joe Kizlauskas
Last Updated: 26th November 2020
By adding its suite of content to Pixel.bet, online casino games developer Synot Games has deepened its relationship with LeoVegas, after the latter raised its ownership of the esports betting operator to 85 percent from 51 percent during the third quarter of 2020.
Synot Games has now integrated its igaming portfolio with Pixel.bet after announcing its relationship with the online gambling operator earlier this week.
This will offer access to a multitude of Synot Games titles, including Rock’N’Roll Rooster and Jack & The Mystery Monsters, to players of the operator
In Hell Bars, adventures in Aladdin and the Golden Palace or treasure hunts in Rich Pirates, among others, players will also be able to sample the taste of victory.
Rickard Bergkvist, casino manager at Pixel.bet said: “Pixel.bet chose to only work with the absolute best in the industry, and we are delighted to have such a top-notch uprising provider added to our network.
“We have been tremendously impressed by the games delivered, and we are also thrilled to see what other titles will be rolled out through their portfolio in 2021.
“As soon as our mother company LeoVegas Mobile Gaming Group, signed with Synot Games, PixelBet did the same, ensuring that LeoVegas maintains the title: King of Mobile Casino.”
Synot Games is licenced by the Malta Gaming Authority and certified in a wide range of European jurisdictions, including Spain, Italy, Portugal, Sweden, Denmark, Latvia, Lithuania, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Croatia and Malta.
Milan Ždímal, COO at Synot Games added: “We are happy to be able to add our games to Pixel.bet’s mission of providing the absolute best in the industry. Looking forward to closely working with a great subsidiary company of LeoVegas.”