The games will be offered in Betsson's Baltic regions, including Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania. The games will be offered through the casino's web-based platform, and will be accessible through desktop and mobile devices. EGT has dozens of video slots in its catalog, including Crazy Bugs II, 81 Wins, and Aloha Party. In addition to slots, the company develops roulette, video poker, and keno titles, although it doesn't appear that these will be included in the agreement.
A Betsson representative commented on the deal, revealing: "We're extremely happy to be able to start providing our customers in The Baltics a new portfolio of games by EGT Interactive jam packed with industry leading features. Besides they playfulness of their games EGT Interactive also offers a powerful and robust back office - and this is very important for us at Betsson Group as we strive to offer our customer a playful, yet fully secure platform."
EGT CEO Todor Zahariev added: "We are extremely proud to be signing partnership with one of the key players in the iGaming industry! We are looking forward to providing a great casino content and real casino experience to their vast net of players. The Baltics have always been a great market for EGT Interactive's casino content and we believe that together we will have the chance to reach out to a greater group of players, interested in the traditional high quality casino slots."