Swintt, a rapidly growing igaming software provider and recent EGR B2B Awards nominee, has recently inked a distribution partnership with White Hat Gaming.
In this partnership agreement, White Hat Gaming is charged with the distribution of Swintt’s product suite towards many casino brands already running on White Hat Gaming’s platform. This partnership also provides White Hat Gaming access to Swintt’s product stack which includes a portfolio of 33 proprietary games and as well as an exclusive selection of brick and mortar games already popular in multiple European markets.
This agreement benefits Swintt as this will allow the company to widen its reach in different markets as White Hat Gaming is well-known and is already operating in multiple regulated jurisdictions. White Hat is one of the leading full-service platform providers, offering turnkey solutions for many different well-known online casino operators. Its services include player account management, digital wallet services, fraud detection and prevention, and content management systems, among many others.
White Hat Gaming’s chief executive officer, Andreas Söneby, commented on the partnership by saying that its partner, Swintt, is a provider that has made considerable strides in a very short amount of time and that given their extensive product portfolio, the company is not surprised with their growth. He also mentioned that the company believes that Swintt’s content will be welcomed by both its clients and players and that the company is looking forward to seeing Swintt’s games live in its platform.
Swintt’s chief executive officer, David Flynn also commented on this partnership, saying that its partner, White Hat Gaming, is known for supporting many popular casino brands through its industry-leading platform. He also said that the company is ecstatic to be partnering with White Hat Gaming as it will have its product suite made available to White Hat’s clients.
Swintt, a B2B arm of the Glitnor group, is a relatively new player in the online gaming software industry as it was launched last year. Despite being relatively new, it has already launched multiple proprietary RNG and live casino games and seeks to challenge big players in the industry, such as Playtech and Netent. The company is based in Malta and has recently obtained its B2B license from the Malta Gaming Authority earlier this year to bolster its regulated presence. The company is rapidly growing its assets as it has purchased game development studios and live dealer studios in a bid to bolster its growth further.