After recently receiving regulatory approval to start supplying its content to operators in Sweden, casino software supplier, Tom Horn Gaming, has now inked a commercial agreement that will see its award-winning content made available to Betsson Group (BETSB:Stockholm) brand, Betsafe.lv.
The Latvia-facing online casino brand is the first operator in the European country to have gained access to Tom Horn’s award-winning titles.
“This partnership is another milestone for Tom Horn.”
Included in the integration are such blockbusters as the recently released, mystery-themed, Sherlock. A Scandal in Bohemia, along with 243 Crystal Fruits, Frozen Queen and the intriguing, Book of Spells, centered around the magical world of witchcraft and wizardry.
Tom Horn Chief Executive Officer, Ondrej Lapides, used an official press release to comment on the recent agreement…
“We’re extremely excited to offer our content to players in Latvia. Betsafe.lv is one of the strongest and most respected brands in the Latvian gaming market. This partnership is another milestone for Tom Horn as we strengthen our position as the leading provider of gaming software in the Baltics.”
Also commenting on the tie-up was Kaido Ulejev, Managing Director Baltics for Betsson Group, who added…
”Tom Horn Gaming is a well-known name in the Baltics and its premium games have been very popular with players in the region. I’m certain this addition will be a great asset to our growing portfolio of casino games and it will quickly acquire its place in our customers’ list of favourites.”
The Malta-based iGaming software supplier has established itself as a major player in the Baltic countries, providing players with a quality and responsible gaming experience.
In late October, the developer received regulatory approval to start supplying its content to operators in Sweden. Ahead of the game, the supplier already has in place a number of deals to go live with a selection of its casino games with operators in the Scandinavian nation, with further details to be revealed shortly.