David Mann

Casino games provider Swintt has cemented a partnership with Malta-licenced gaming operator, Twin, providing the latter’s players with access to its suite of popular online slot games.

Commenting on the deal, David Mann, Chief Commercial Officer at Swintt, described Twin as a “hugely entertaining online casino that delivers a top-rated player experience through the specialist content stocked in its game lobby and we are delighted to have added our slot games to the mix.”

Mr Mann added that Twin has “cracked the code” when it comes to driving player engagement and delivering added value, and “the operator will be able to take this to the next level thanks to our SwinttGamify product.”

On behalf of Twin, Head of Casino, Kasper Bach, said “From day one we have looked to differentiate through specialist content that has been designed specifically to appeal to our players and in the markets we target. Adding Swintt to our offering was a no brainer.”

Mr Bach explained that Swintt’s localised content has proved to be incredibly popular in key markets across Europe and beyond, “and we are delighted to be able to offer our players chart-topping titles such as Master of Books Unlimited for the very first time.”

“I believe this will be a very successful partnership and we look forward to working closely with the Swintt team as we add more of the developer’s titles to our portfolio.”

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