Leading casino software provider for online and land-based gaming operators, Tom Horn Gaming, has agreed a content deal that will see it supply its complete portfolio of game titles to BetConstruct.

Under the terms of the agreement, Tom Horn’s entire portfolio of popular video slots will be made available to the London-headquartered award-winning sports betting and online gaming software provider, BetConstruct.

Titles from the Malta-based provider such as Don Juan’s Pepper, 243 Crystal Fruits and Blackbeard’s Quest will be integrated by BetConstruct.

Commenting on the new deal, CEO for Tom Horn Gaming, Ondrej Lapides, said: “BetConstruct is a highly respected partner, with a strong position in the igaming industry. We are excited to have teamed up with a company with such an evident momentum and I believe this partnership will lead not only to extending our reach within the industry, but it will prove to be a fruitful cooperation for both parties.

“Our titles feature the latest cutting-edge graphics, immersive sounds and gameplay that create an enjoyable gaming experience. We are confident that players using casino sites, utilising the BetConstruct platform, will love logging on and playing our games,” according to the news release.

Also commenting on the partnership, Casino Product Owner at BetConstruct, Edgar Mkrtchyan, added: “It’s important for us to ensure we are offering our players the most entertaining and immersive titles on the market and that is why we are happy with this new addition.

“It has been a year to remember for the provider thanks to a number of high-class releases in 2017 and with more on the horizon, it’s a great time to partner with a provider on the up.”

Tom Horn Gaming has an extensive portfolio of game titles, all of which feature eye-catching graphics and pitch-perfect sounds.

The firm recently earned a UK license and over the last few months has signed deals with leading operators such as Aspire Global, Jumpman Gaming, Digitain, EveryMatrix and more.

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