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Casino operator Condor Gaming has announced that they've signed a content deal with Swintt and will work to integrate the developer's games into their platform moving forward.
Swintt has about 50 games in their library, including Cheeky Charlie 2, Dia De Muertos, Cherry Fortune, and others. The games are developed in HTML5 and will be playable via whatever methods punters choose. Condor is an operator that oversees multiple brands, including Big5 Casino, b-Bets, Casino Sieger, Rembrandt Casino, and 24Bettle. The company is licensed in Malta, and distributes its products over the globe.
Commenting on the deal Condor Gaming COO Oliver de Bono said, "Since first meeting Swintt we have found their portfolio of products very exciting and we are delighted to announce this partnership. Their diverse range of content and gamification tools aligns perfectly with our strategy while enabling great experiences for our players and anticipated growth in 2020."
Swintt CEO David Flynn added: "We are thrilled to announce this partnership agreement with Condor Gaming who have been a successful and growing operator for a number of years. Seeing our range of products including our localised content for major European markets available to their players is very exciting for us and we see a long fruitful partnership ahead of us."