Slovakian omni-channel software supplier, Tom Horn Gaming, has entered into a commercial agreement with French online gambling company, BetClic Everest Group.

The recently inked deal will see a selection of titles from the developer’s slots portfolio made available to the operator’s players in Portugal’s regulated market, helping to strengthen Tom Horn’s footprint in the southern European country.

First in market:

Betclic was the first operator to be licensed in the southern European country’s newly-regulated market, having rolled out its sports betting site on May 25, 2016.

Included in the transfer are top-performers such as Panda’s Run, Book of Spells or an all-time favorite, 243 Crystal Fruits.

Quality and high standards:

Commenting on the commercial deal via the official press release, Chief Executive Officer for Tom Horn Gaming, Ondrej Lapides, said…

“We’re excited to see our video slots live in Portugal with Betclic Group. Betclic’s decision to include our games in their offering is a fitting testament to quality and high standards featured in our gaming products. We’re positive our titles will enrich Betclic’s slot library and their players will appreciate them greatly.”

Obvious choice:

For its part, Betclic Group, Casino Games Specialist, François Dogon, added…

“Tom Horn Gaming has been demonstrating the quality of its games for a while now and it was a very obvious choice for us to add their portfolio to our casino offering. I’m certain that our players will be equally impressed by the quality, innovation and amazing features Tom Horn content is renowned for.”

Deals and accolades:

The current agreement is on the heels of BetClic Everest Group‘s tie-up with Bulgarian online casino games developer, EGT Interactive. Under the terms of the content supply deal, the Bordeaux-headquartered operator’s international brands, Betclic and Expekt, are now live with EGT’s portfolio of high-quality online slots in the recently-re-regulated Swedish market.

Meanwhile, it was recently announced that Tom Horn Gaming has been shortlisted in three B2B categories, Online Casino Innovator, Rising Star in Online Casino Technology and Best Mobile Casino Provider at the 2nd edition of the Southern European Gaming Awards (SEG Awards 2019).

That news follows the Malta-based online casino software supplier’s big win at this year’s Central and Eastern European Gaming Awards (CEEGA), scoring in the Best Online Casino Provider category.