Third-party iGaming studios will now be able to develop and distribute their product using the Swintt platform after the casino software provider unveiled its “game-changing” new partnership program SwinttStudios, with Las Vegas-headquartered company, Fine Edge Gaming LLC, already recruited as the first partner.

Designed to aid boutique software providers to create games within the established Swintt framework, via the new product vertical, studios will reportedly be able to focus more of their attention on the design and theme of their games, and the practical aspects of game logic and product delivery will be handled by Swintt.

Rollout confirmed:

The Nevada-based game developer has reportedly already confirmed that it will distribute half-a-dozen slot titles, including Diego’s Hunt and Stacking Bisons, by way of SwinttStudios throughout this year. The studio will reportedly create a range of games suited to players in North America and beyond by leveraging Swintt’s “extensive distribution network and useful back-end tools.”

Founded in 2021 and managed by a group of individuals with 35-plus years of experience in the land-based sector in the U.S., Fine Edge Gaming will utilize the new platform to develop and publish four more games throughout 2022, with the collaboration to see Swintt’s licensing and partnerships utilized for the speedy launch of its new products.

Game changer:

In a statement in company news, David Mann, Chief Commercial Officer for Swintt, said…

“With many independent suppliers requiring the support and know-how of an established industry partner, we’re delighted to be able to unveil our game-changing new partnership program, SwinttStudios.”

The CEO explained that through SwinttStudios, they will be able to provide the “perfect platform” for providers such as Fine Edge Gaming to “quickly and efficiently release their product in the markets they need to be seen. With six titles scheduled in 2022, we’re looking forward to working with them on this ambitious new project.”

Significant innovation:

Getting into a bit of background, the recently-established studio has worked with industry leaders such as IGT and Incredible Technologies, and while its lead founder and managing director, Beena Blake, has major gaming industry experience, the added technology and support Swintt offers will “certainly open up new doors” and help strengthen the online presence of the company.

Blake stated that the SwinttStudios project “is an incredibly significant innovation in the iGaming industry” and they are “honoured to be the first software provider to put the new product vertical through its paces.”

She added that “by teaming up with Swintt for this exciting adventure,” they will be able to combine Fine Edge gaming’s “creative concepts and in-depth knowledge of player tastes across North America and beyond with Swintt’s advanced technology and distribution solutions to ensure we deliver a first-class gaming experience to a brand-new audience.”

Both parties anticipate that the partnership will be a “resounding success,” and subsequently likely to be “the first of many important collaborations” on the new initiative. According to the news release, the venture will allow Swintt to instantly make an impact by partnering with a “hugely respected” third-party studio, while at the same time enabling Fine Edge Gaming to share its recently developed games with new customers throughout a wide range of markets.