Tom Horn Gaming Signs Content Deal With Novibet

Internet betting software developer Tom Horn Gaming has announced that they've signed a content deal with Novibet and will provide their games to the betting site as a result.

Novibet operates in markets such as Greece and the United Kingdom, and will now have access to dozens of games such as Monster Madness, Black Mummy, Oxo, and more. The games from Tom Horn are developed with both desktop and mobile devices in mind, which allows for play on an array of different devices. The games are live now and can be accessed by clients of Novibet.

Speaking about the deal Novibet General Management Konstantinos Andris noted: "Tom Horn Gaming is one of the quickest growing suppliers in the industry and it's great to have them on board. "Their top-quality offerings are sure to engage and excite our audience and we look forward to a long and successful relationship as we both strive to grow."

Tom Horn Gaming CEO Ondrej Lapides added: "We are always striving to offer the best games and our video slots going live across the Novibet sites is another measure of how much interest operators are showing in them. Our ever-growing portfolio is packed full of exciting and immersive HTML5 titles and we are confident they will resonate perfectly with Novibet's players for years to come."

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28 May 2018 - 4:21pm

That's the way for all the newest game developers to popularize their products and get the recognition from punters around Europe in this case and from that perspective Tom Horn Gaming seems to be one of the fastest growing brands in the sector, good job from them.

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28 May 2018 - 7:40pm

I haven't heard much about Tom Horn Gaming but recently their name is coming up in gambling news more often, so I'm guessing its for good reasons.