On Monday, Malta-based Swintt, an online content and game developer, announced it was adding renowned Malta-based iGaming platform provider, The Mill Adventure, to its roster of prestigious operator partners.
Taking to social media, Swintt announced that the deal will see The Mill Adventure gain the capability of making its games, such as Lone Rider XtraWays and the upcoming Book Of The Eat, available to its players for the first time.
Each of Swintt’s titles has been developed and localised specifically for growth markets such as Malta and Sweden allowing The Mill Adventure’s online casinos to meet the different player requirements and preferences in each jurisdiction they target.
Swintt Chief Commercial Officer, David Mann, commented:
“In The Mill Adventure we have a partner that aligns with our mission to deliver the best online casino experience to players through highly localised games that not only meet but exceed expectations.”
“This partnership will allow us to make our games available to more players than ever before and especially in fast-growing markets such as Sweden and Malta jurisdictions. This is a great deal for us and one that will also benefit The Mill Adventure and its players.
“We look forward to seeing players spin the reels on titles such as Lone Rider XtraWays and upcoming major release Book Of The East and for them to enjoy thrilling experience they deliver with each spin.”
Bjørnar Heggernes, Head of Casino at The Mill Adventure, said: “Our brands have built large and loyal player bases due to the superior experience we offer and much of this comes down to the content that we stock in our AI-driven SmartLobbies.
“Swintt has quickly emerged as one of the most in-demand developers in the market so adding a suite of its slots to our portfolio was a no-brainer. This is a great partnership that allows us to continue to provide our players with an online casino experience like no other.”
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