Tom Horn Gaming Signs Content Deal With Aspire Global

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Internet casino game developer Tom Horn Gaming has announced that they've signed a content deal with Aspire Global, allowing for the group's games to be offered on the gaming platform as a result.

The agreement will see all of Tom Horn's gaming library being ported to the Aspire platform, including slots, table games, and video poker machines. The games are being imported now, and will then be offered to casino clients, which will then offer the games to players. Aspire is licensed in the UK, Malta, Italy, Belgium, Portugal, and Denmark, giving them the chance to distribute games to a large audience.

Speaking about the deal Tom Horn CEO Ondrej Lapides revealed: "We challenged ourselves to hit the ground running in 2018 and the integration of our games with Aspire Global shows we have done exactly that. Aspire Global's strength among operators will help us continue our growth in the industry and we are delighted to be working with them as we both strive towards a common goal."

Aspire Global COO Dima Reiderman also commented, noting: "We're always looking to stay one step ahead by adding the highest quality slots to our portfolio and this addition of Tom Horn will help us achieve our ambitions."

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25 February 2018 - 9:10pm
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It looks like that Tom Horn Gaming will receive quite wide presentation trough that deal with Aspire which means a lot of new punters for them I could imagine so what's better for a game developer!?