B2B casino games provider Swintt has signed a new licensing agreement with Gaming Innovation Group (GiG), a popular content aggregator. The deal will allow more than 50 Swintt games to be distributed, including successful land-based titles like Master of Books and Heart of Earth, as well as new online titles Legendary and Wild Wild Witch. Additionally, SwinttGamify, Swintt’s gamification product, will be delivered. David Flynn, former NYX Interactive chief executive and JPJ Group’s Vera&John arm, launched Swintt this April.
Flynn, talking about the new deal, stated that their insistence on providing high-quality, regional market content directly targets GIG and their brands, along with their network consumers. He added that they also also a business that shares their ideals of sustainable, international gaming as well as corporate social responsibility, which makes this latest deal a great match for their mutually beneficial shared growth. GIG Chief Commercial Officer, Ben Clemes, added to the statement, saying that they are pleased with the scope of Swintt’s portfolio, which has already become noteworthy given their short span of existence.
Clemes continued, stating that being able to partner with a game provider in the early stages, while also working closely with their team is exciting as they are able to offer the very latest innovations and games, not only to their own players, but to those clients that make use of their platform. Based in Malta, Swintt is financially backed by Glitnor Group, an investment vehicle led by former Vera&John CEO Johan Königslehner. Swintt also announced a strategic investment in RNGplay, an Indian casino games developer. Arrangement terms weren’t disclosed.
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