Casino software studio Swintt has announced that it will be making further inroads into the Dutch iGaming market this month after signing a new partnership deal with Netherlands-based operator, Joi Gaming, and its popular casino brand, Jacks.nl.
The move represents Swintt’s second foray into the country, where it aims to promote its range of video slots to a new audience.
As a result of the deal, players at Joi Gaming’s online casino brand, Jacks.nl, will find games from the Swintt catalog appearing on the platform. These will include titles from Swintt Select range and Premium Games.
Premium releases that will soon be available to players at Jacks.nl include Master of Books, Seven Seven, Extra Win X and the brand-new Aqua Lord, the last of which gives players the chance to trigger locking re-spins with instant cash prizes courtesy of the provider’s popular “Pearl” feature.
David Mann, chief executive officer at Swintt, said: “Having only entered the rapidly growing Dutch market earlier this year, we’re delighted to have the opportunity to team up with a leading brand like Joi Gaming as we establish Swintt as the go-to software provider for Netherlands-based customers. “The new partnership will enable us to put our innovative range of slots in front of a whole new audience at Jacks.nl, giving them the chance to experience the signature gameplay and features that have made Swintt games such a success. We certainly hope they enjoy everything we have to offer.”
Sjoerd Kranz, casino manager at Joi Gaming, said: “Here at Joi Gaming, we pride ourselves on bringing only the best in hand-picked casino gaming to Netherlands-based customers – and our flagship casino brand, Jacks.nl, has long-since established itself as one the country’s leading platforms.
“By partnering with Swintt, we’ll be able to further enhance this reputation by introducing a wide-range of innovative, feature-packed slots to customers. The new deal will help us reach even greater heights and we’re looking forward to working with such a prestigious studio over the coming months.”