Hot on the heels of the latest addition to its Timeless Fruits Slots portfolio, casino software developer Playson has partnered with Upgaming after the Swiss iGaming solutions provider secured a license from the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA).

Courtesy of the collaboration, Playson will integrate its player-favorite titles with the Switzerland-based company’s iGaming platform, to include such hits as Solar Queen Megaways, Eagle Power: Hold and Win and the recently released Burning Wins x2.

Upgaming’s multifunctional online platform already comprises over 12,000 games from more than 150 providers, and now with the MGA license, the provider is expected to see a significant uptick in its network of operator customers. Both business entities are “hopeful” that the latest tie-up will bring with it “great” opportunities, as the developer’s latest content is incorporated by the platform that has proven to be a driver of player engagement and retention.

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Commenting on the latest agreement, Blanka Homor, Sales Director for Playson said they are “pleased” to enhance their relationship with Upgaming, “a company that continues to reach new heights.”

Homor explains that with Upgaming securing the “much sought-after MGA license,” they are now able to increase their offering “on a highly competent and very successful platform and reach even more operators across Europe.”

For its part, Upgaming Business Development Manager, Giorgi Davlianidze said they are glad that they can “reinforce” their cooperation with Playson and incorporate their “new, incredible content” into their library.

“Upgaming is reaching new customers and increasing its global footprint as never before. From this viewpoint, it is of utmost importance to strengthen our relationship with experienced suppliers like Playson, who are always ready to provide winning, innovative content to their clients.”

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