Casino software developer Playson has signed its second agreement of the week, after following up a deal targeting alongside Eastern Europe with Yobetit by signing a similar such agreement with Superbet.
Under the terms of the deal Playson is to supply its entire suite of igaming titles to the Romanian operator, continuing its strategic growth across the region.
Having recently obtained its Romanian licence from the country’s regulator ONJN, the deal is lauded as an important step in expanding its influence in the Romanian market and across the jurisdiction.
Blanka Homor, sales director for Playson, said of the new alignment: “We’re delighted to have inked this partnership with Superbet and to offer its players our popular suite of slots.
“Expanding our presence in Romania has been paramount after obtaining our licence from the ONJN and we’re thrilled to offer our games to Superbet’s customers.”
The agreement will see the slot provider boost the sportbook’s casino offering with titles including Solar Queen, Vikings Fortune: Hold and Win and Fruit Supreme: 25 lines, the latest addition to its Timeless Fruit Slots series.
Heather Faulkner, head of gaming at Superbet, added: “We’ve been hugely impressed with Playson’s portfolio, and we’re sure its games are going to be a big hit with our players.
“We’re delighted to be working alongside such a well-respected provider and look forward to a long and mutually beneficial business relationship.”
CasinoBeats will welcome up to 1,000 delegates to 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.
Lars Kollind, business development manager at Playson, said: “This will be our first time at the CasinoBeats Summit, and we are very excited to be a part of the event as premium sponsor.”