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Online betting brand Interwetten is expanding their game offering to punters as they've signed an agreement with Skywind Group and will add more than 300 games to their library as a result.
The deal will see see Skywind's video slots being ported over, which include licensed games like The Karate Kid, Bloodsport, and CSI alongside unique titles like Bonus Digger, Wild Five, and others. Interwetten was founded in 1990 and is based out of Austria. It provides casino games, sportsbetting, and eSports betting services to customers in regulated markets.
"With Skywind Group we have expanded our casino product optimally for Interwetten's main markets," said Interwetten casino manager Wanja Gorunovic. "Thanks to excellent graphics, innovative math models and various bonus tools, slot lovers are guaranteed to have fun playing their games. We look forward to a successful future with Sykwind Group!"
Skywind Group managing director Oren Cohen Shwartz added: "Our games take player engagement to the next level. The gameplay experience and performance will help Interwetten to strengthen its position as a market leader, so we look forward to a mutually successful partnership."
No timeframe for the integration of the games was available as of press time.
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