ESA Gaming has partnered with Synot Interactive in a global distribution deal that will significantly expand the reach of the EasySwipe™ portfolio.
Operator partners of the Czech-based aggregation provider will be able to enjoy engaging, lightweight gaming experiences that complement, rather than cannibalise player experiences, headlined by an array of Mine titles, including Pirate Mine, Goal Mine, and Dragon Mine, as well as classics such as Baccarat and Roulette.
It marks further expansion for Synot Interactive’s product offering, which spans more than 50 game providers and 5,000 games, as well as a plethora of gamification tools and tournaments.
The deal is the latest agreed by ESA Gaming, with the company enjoying recent global growth and expansion in key markets such as Africa and Italy.
Thomas Smallwood, head of marketing at ESA Gaming, said: “Synot Interactive has a huge amount of experience as a leading aggregator, and we’re delighted to partner with them as we further grow our reach in regulated territories.
“We’ve got plenty of engaging new releases lined up and can’t wait to get started.”
Jiri Klusacek, head of sales at Synot Interactive, said: “We are delighted to add ESA Gaming’s forward-looking, mobile-first array of content to our portfolio, which further bolsters our engaging offering.
“We’re confident that our customers will love ESA Gaming’s titles and look forward to rolling out their exciting roadmap in the coming months.”
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