Slotmill joins forces with Finnish operator Paf

By Gambling Insider
 

Slotmill has partnered with Paf to bring its games to the Nordic market.

The studio has inked an agreement with the Finnish gambling operator and will form part of its expansion across the region. This deal will see Slotmill’s games added to Paf’s roster, with delivery facilitated by Relax Gaming.

“The Slotmill games will be a great addition to our portfolio. The games offer high quality player experience, including graphics and animations. We are certain that these will be well received by our players,” said Kim Johansson, Chief Gaming Officer at Paf.

Founded on the Åland Islands in 1966, Paf is an international gaming company with a longstanding reputation. However, despite being more than half a century old, it has continued to move aggressively to expand its presence across Scandinavia.

In August, the operator acquired two Swedish licensed gaming brands, Speedy Ltd and Speedy Originals, from Hero Gaming.

Slotmill, by comparison, is a much younger brand, though one that has been equally focused on expansion in recent months. The casino games provider joined forces with Swedish gambling giant Betsson in March, a deal that was also facilitated by Relax Gaming.

Commenting on this new partnership, Johan Ohman, Founder of Slotmill, said: “We are delighted to have concluded the agreement with Paf and look forward to being part of its expansion throughout the Nordic region.

“Paf is a well-established operator with a strong reputation, especially in regard to its responsible gaming measures.”

Paf has positioned itself as a forward-thinking company with the implementation of its revised working guidelines. The new rules permit employees to continue working remotely, even allowing them to work abroad for up to three months each year.

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