Tom Horn Gaming in Content Deal With Digitain

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Internet casino game developer Tom Horn Gaming has announced that they've signed a content deal with Digitain and will port their games to the company's platform as a result.

Tom Horn will make their entire platform of games available to Digitain, including slots, table games, video poker machines, and parlour games. The games will then be ported to Digitain's casino partners, where they can be played on desktop and mobile devices. Games included in the deal are Book of Spells, 243 Crystal Fruits, and more.

Speaking about the deal Tom Horn Gaming CEO Ondrej Lapides said, "Tom Horn Gaming enjoyed a 2017 to remember and it's great to kick off the new year by agreeing a partnership with Digitain. We have put a lot of effort into ensuring our portfolio is as immersive and exciting as it possibly can be, and we hope that Digitain's players enjoy what we have to offer."

Digitain CEO Suren Khachatryan also commented, noting: "We're always looking to add high-quality games to ensure our players remain loyal and happy, and that's what we have done with Tom Horn. Their portfolio contains something to suit every taste and we are sure they are going to prove very popular. We look forward to pushing forward to achieve common goals."

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28 January 2018 - 11:41am
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Not sure I've had ever played any Tom Horn games but from what I saw they looks quite entertaining, not sure how good they paying but a probably a developer's name that we would hear about more often in future.