Up-and-coming provider of online casino content Swintt is venturing into the lucrative live casino sector with its newly introduced mobile-first live dealer product, SwinttLive.
Launched last year, Swintt is a rapidly growing Malta-based and licensed iGaming content maker. The company’s new live dealer product is powered by Playgon and complements the studio’s fast-growing casino games range.
Swintt said that its SwinttLive offering has been designed with the modern player in mind. It offers fast-paced action and extensive functionalities for enhanced live dealer experience. Being a mobile-focused product, it has been optimized for one-handed play in portrait mode.
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When it gets rolled out, SwinttLive will immediately offer players the opportunity to play the studio’s versions of American and European Roulette as well as Baccarat and the hugely popular Tiger Bonus Baccarat. Swintt’s live dealer Blackjack rendering will also become available soon.
The content maker and supplier’s new product will be available to global online gambling operators via a unified API integration that also includes Swintt’s slots range and powerful gamification and engagement tools that were designed to enhance player engagement and retention.
Another Huge Step
Commenting on the launch of SwinttLive, Swintt Chief Commercial Officer David Mann said that they are thrilled to expand their product range with this new state-of-the-art product and keep on providing their operator partners with “the very best in gaming content.”
Mr. Mann went on that the rollout of SwinttLive marks another huge step for the studio as it drives forward to offering “a complete gaming solution that tailor-fits all of our partners’ needs.”
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Playgon CEO Darcy Krogh said that it is important to team up with a company that is “ambitious, forward-thinking” and will greatly expand the reach of their Vegas Lounge Live Dealer product. The Playgon boss went on to say that Swintt has ticked all of their boxes and that knowing what this relatively new iGaming provider is already achieving in the market and is poised to continue to achieve, “made this partnership a win-win for both businesses.”
Swintt was formed in 2019 by a team of industry experts and innovators. An industry newcomer, the company already boasts more than two dozens of games, including Master of Books, Heart of Earth, and Legendary, and is rapidly expanding its offering as well as its reach.
In May, Swintt was awarded a B2B Supplier license by the Malta Gaming Authority that allowed it to distribute its content to its existing and future Malta-licensed operator partners. Over the past year, the iGaming studio has teamed up with the likes of Wunderino, Hero Gaming, Rootz, Twin, Rabbit Entertainment, and White Hat Gaming in a bid to expand its presence across key regulated online gambling markets.