Casino Gazette

Casino content developer Swintt has signed a deal to integrate its games with the leading platform provider, Soft2Bet.

The partnership allows Soft2Bet’s operators to offer their players games from Swintt’s impressive portfolio for the first time. This includes the developer’s localised slot catalogue, as well as its innovative SwinttLive range.

Swintt’s slots have been developed and localised for high-growth markets, with recently launched titles such as Lone Rider XtraWaysTM, Book of the West and Sea Raiders.  

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Soft2Bet will also be able to provide its players with a superior live casino experience through SwinttLive, a mobile-first functionality designed to appeal to VIP players, as the only live dealer product streamed from the heart of Las Vegas.

Swintt’s selected casino and live dealer games have been certified by the Malta Gaming Authority and the Swedish Gambling Authority, with more to come, allowing Soft2Bet’s operator to launch its content to players in regulated markets across the globe.

David Mann, Chief Commercial Officer at Swintt, said: “We are incredibly proud of our portfolio of casino and live dealer content and this partnership with Soft2Bet will make it available to more players and more operators than ever before.”

“Soft2Bet has established itself as a leading platform provider, powering some of the biggest operators and brands in the market. That makes this a significant partnership for Swintt as we go from rising star to power player.”

Daniel Mitton, Head of Casino at Soft2Bet, said: “Swintt has gone from strength to strength since its acclaimed market debut with slot games and live casino products that have quickly become player favourites.”

“Localised content is key to delivering the best possible customer experience, and Swintt’s slots have been designed to offer exactly that. We believe its games will be a big hit with our players.”

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