Swintt partners with ComeOn Group

By Isabella Aslam

Swintt, the online casino content developer, has partnered with Malta-based operator ComeOn Group, to expand its rota of partners in the gaming industry.

This follows a recent partnership with Max Entertainment to see its games go live across all popular brands and jurisdictions in Malta.

ComeOn Group will add Swintt’s full suite of slots to its game lobby. This then makes availability across all jurisdictions in Malta, alongside Sweden and Germany for the first time. The slots include Book of the West, Mega Maya and Sea Raiders.

CCO at Swintt, David Mann, said: “We are thrilled to have partnered with ComeOn Group to make our exciting and entertaining slots available to its players for the very first time. ComeOn is a titan of the industry, and this deal is testament to the quality and popularity of our games. 

“Each of our titles has been designed to deliver an edge of the seat experience to players tailored, of course, to the unique requirements and preferences in each market. ComeOn Group can now use our games to stand out from its rivals and keep players engaged with proven content.”

ComeOn players will gain access to Lone Rider XtraWaysTM. In doing so, customers can increase their winning potential by collecting XtraWays icons. These icons are dropped at random across all reels which then expand and contract depending on the symbols that it lands.

Gaming Director at ComeOn Group, Cristiano Bianco, said: “Swintt has quickly made a name for itself by designing and developing slots that exceed player expectations, so adding its suite of games to our portfolio was an easy decision to make.

“Localisation is absolutely key to delivering a superior player experience and with Swintt we have a developer that not only understands this but ensures each game can be tailored to meet the needs of players in core markets such as Sweden and Germany. 

“This is a great partnership for ComeOn and I believe Swintt’s titles will prove to be a big hit with our players.”



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