Malta-based Playson has added further strength to its presence in the Baltic states, after signing a new deal alongside Latvian operator Klondaika.

The casino software and games developer, who earlier this year entered a deal to integrate content with Lithuanian operator TOPsport, is to provide Klondaika with a selection of slots from its suite of titles.

Krisjanis Kravis, head of online casino projects at Klondaika, stated: “We’re very pleased to be able to add Playson’s games to our offering, and envisage a long and fruitful business relationship with them.

“We’ve been really impressed with the quality of their games and believe they will become an instant hit with our customers.”

Also representing a further European expansion after the firm secured a class II licence by the Romanian regulator, the ONJN, earlier in the month, Klondaika is to gain access to a number of the Playson offerings.

Amongst these are the firm’s fruit slots series, as well as latest releases such as Rise of Egypt, Crystal Crush and Book of Gold: Classic, made possible via an integration with the Dench eGaming Solutions platform.

Blanka Homor, sales director at Playson, added: “We are delighted to have partnered with Klondaika and provide its growing player base with our range of exciting games.

“This is an important deal for us as it further enhances our presence in the Baltics, which is one of our core markets. We are thrilled to be working with them and look forward to an exciting relationship.”

A further link-up agreed earlier this year this saw Playson named as premium sponsor for the CasinoBeats Summit 2019, when the event returns to London in September.

The CasinoBeats Summit will welcome up to 1,000 delegates to Olympia London on 17-20 September, offering visitors four conference tracks and unrivalled networking opportunities with as many as 200 operators present, along with regulators, leading suppliers, payment companies and marketers.