Planetwin365 to offer Synot Games casino titles in Italy
Synot Games continues in its quest for expansion and strategic growth with its partnership with Planetwin365. The iGaming developer has signed a content deal with Italy’s foremost sports betting and iGaming operator, SKS365 – the parent company of Planetwin365.
The deal will make Synot Games’ collection of online slots available to Planetwin365 customers, including fan favorites such as Skull Bonanza, Book of Secrets 6, 27 Joker Fruits, and many more. Synot’s library of titles contains over 90 games that have been translated into more than 30 languages to reflect the company’s global vision.
Troy Cox, Chief Commercial Officer at SKS365, said of the partnership, “SYNOT Games offers an exciting portfolio and a new perspective with creative graphics and sounds. We look forward to a mutually fruitful partnership and we are sure our customers will love this new addition to our growing online casino portfolio.”
Those sentiments were echoed by Priscilla Gatt, Head of Business Development at Synot Games, who said the company was “thrilled” to be joining forces with Planetwin365.
“Any brand expansion is always positive and a sign of trust. Establishing partnerships with a strong operator is a tremendous opportunity, and I am thrilled to partner with Planetwin365 to continue our considerable growth in the Italian market. Planetwin365 attracts thousands of users and I believe gamers will be entertained by our innovative content,” she said.
The deal with SKS365 is part of a broader plan for Synot Games to make its mark on the global iGaming market. Already the company is licensed to provide games across Europe, boasting certifications from major regulators such as the United Kingdom Gambling Commission, Malta Gaming Authority, Hellenic Gambling Commission, and Kanspell Commissie, to mention a few.
Synot Games services over 500 clients across several countries including Italy, Spain, Portugal, Sweden, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Denmark, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania, Croatia, Greece, the UK, Malta, Netherlands, Bulgaria and Switzerland.