Online casino games developer, Synot Games Limited, has announced the signing of an agreement that is to see a selection of its HTML5-friendly video slots integrated onto the iGaming platform from fellow Maltese firm, Aspire Global.

Video slot variety:

The Birkirkara-headquartered innovator used an official Tuesday press release to state that the deal will involve its video slots including the five-reel and 20-payline Hunter’s Spirit title entering ‘a number of new [and] significant markets’ across Western Europe and is to further bolster its ongoing efforts at ‘becoming a globally-recognized brand.’

A subsidiary of Slovakian firm, Synot Group, Malta and Romania-licensed Synot revealed that this latest alliance is to moreover involve its Aztec-themed Golden Myth video slot as well as its five-reel and ten-payline Book of Secrets innovation being integrated onto the online gaming platform from Aspire Global.

Laying the foundations:

Ivan Kodaj, Chief Executive Officer for Synot, declared via the press release that he is ‘delighted to commence this new cooperation’ with Aspire before describing the Sliema-based firm as ‘a highly respected solution provider’ with an ‘established European network and expertise.’ The iGaming executive additionally proclaimed that he is certain that this new deal will lay ‘a great foundation’ for his company’s games and allow them ‘to perform well with these new markets.’

Platform preference:

Established in 2005, Aspire offers a multilingual iGaming platform that is licensed by regulators in numerous European jurisdictions including Sweden, Malta, Denmark and the United Kingdom. Its Sales Vice-President, Jov Spiero, pronounced that he is ‘excited’ that this innovation will now be the first to offer online casino players Western Europe the chance to enjoy content from Synot Games Limited.

Spiero’s statement read…

“I am confident that the success and experience of Synot Games Limited in Eastern European markets will also translate into excellent results in the markets in which Aspire Global operates.”