Ellmount Gaming Adds Swintt Titles

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Game developer Swintt has announced that they've come to an agreement with Ellmount Gaming and will be offering their games on the company's casino brands moving forward.

The deal will see sites like Casino Room and Highroller offering Swintt's content, which includes titles like Sea God and Lone Rider. The games are being worked in now and should be made available in the very near future. Swintt also provides live dealer games to providers, letting punters get in on broadcast games like blackjack, roulette, and others.

"This is another milestone deal for Swintt, adding our entertaining and exciting content to the Ellmount Gaming product portfolio and seeing our games made available to their players," said Swintt CCO David Mann. "At the same time, the deal aligns with our ambitious growth plans as we look to partner with more operators in more markets than ever before and especially in Sweden where we expect to make our debut shortly.

"Our portfolio is extensive and localised, allowing our partners to deliver games tailored to the specific needs of players in each market they are active and will allow Ellmount Gaming to provide its players with a superior experience."

Ellmount Gaming CPO Stefania Mincu added: "Our brands have earned a reputation for providing players with quality online casino content from the best developers in the industry, so adding Swintt to our portfolio was a natural move"

"The provider's land-based slots have proved to be a big hit with players and we believe they will be just as popular with our players. We also look forward to adding Swintt's proprietary slots as they promise fun and thrills in equal measure - just what our players look for."

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