Date: 27.05.2024

by Kajetan Sawicz

Last update: 27.05.2024 10:02

Swintt Secures Ontario Market Entry with AGCO Approval

Swintt, the renowned software provider, has successfully secured regulatory approval to launch its diverse portfolio in Ontario.

Expanding Global Footprint

Earlier this year, Swintt announced ambitious plans to broaden its presence in regulated markets worldwide.

With its portfolio already certified in ten other countries including Malta, Germany, and the Netherlands, the Ontario license is a pivotal entry into the North American market.

New Offerings for Ontario Players

Ontario gamers are in for a treat with access to Swintt’s top games like the fan-favorite ‘Aloha Spirit XtraLock™’ and the latest offerings from Elysium Studios – Driven by Swintt. Following the acquisition of Elysium Studios, Swintt has enhanced its game lineup with titles that feature immersive themes and cutting-edge slot design.

The release of ‘Tipsy Charms’ and the upcoming Mesopotamian-themed adventure ‘Law of Gilgamesh’ are highly anticipated by the local audience.

Anticipated Releases and Market Optimism

The integration of Elysium Studios has invigorated Swintt’s release schedule, promising innovative gaming experiences to the Ontarian market. With ‘Law of Gilgamesh’ scheduled for a late May release, excitement is building among players and industry watchers alike.

Swintt’s entry into Ontario not only diversifies its market presence but also sets the stage for continued growth and recognition as a leader in the global gaming industry.

Leadership Insights

David Mann, Chief Executive Officer at Swintt, expressed his enthusiasm about the company’s new opportunities in Ontario, stating, “Swintt is delighted to have received AGCO approval for its games in Ontario and we’re very excited to now have the chance to take this new and dynamic market by storm. Being certified to launch in Ontario is definitely a huge step for the company that will enable us to showcase our brand to new audiences on the global the stage.”