The news of SYNOT’s successful deal comes mere days after the developer announced an entry into the Lithuanian online casino market via a partnership with TOPsport. A spokesperson for SYNOT said the news was “proof positive” that expansion plans laid out last year were coming to fruition, as per a carefully designed growth strategy.
Earlier last week, SYNOT agreed to supply titles to NetBet and 777 as both online casino brands are recognised throughout the world and have the authorisation to operate in several regulated jurisdictions. Both operators have won awards in the past for customer service and overall on-site experience.
Commenting on its recent aggregation deals, SYNOT CCO Martina Hrabinská said the firm was “thrilled” to have the games going live with two “premium operators”.
Hrabinská then went on to highlight that both names currently hold a “prestigious reputation in the industry” as well as being “well regarded among players.”
SYNOT’s catalogue of games will go live with both new partners over the course of several phases.
The first phase has already involved games launching on NetBet.com and 777.be. Over the forthcoming months, games will become available on NetBet’s Romania-based site and 777’s Spanish counterpart, before being released across other jurisdictions.
UK Market Speculation
At present, SYNOT, which is headquartered in Malta, has a portfolio of over 40 in-house gaming titles.
These titles are available in 24 different languages, in keeping with the brand’s commitment to providing exciting titles for casino gamblers all around the world. In addition to holding a licence granted by the Malta Gaming Authority, SYNOT is also regulated by governing bodies in Sweden, Denmark and Portugal.
The firm recently applied for a licence from the UK Gambling commission, with industry insiders speculating that a launch into the UK market is just weeks around the corner.