In its latest partnership deal, Cherry AB subsidiary ComeOn Group will gain access to Synot Games‘ comprehensive portfolio of more than 60 exciting titles.
Under the term of the agreement, the Slovakian content supplier’s diverse range of content will be made accessible to the online casino and sportsbook operator’s entire 21-brand suite, which includes such digital platforms as ComeOn!, EuroLotto, Blitzino, Casinostugan, CherryCasino, Mobilbet, Folkeautomaten, GetLucky, Hajper, Mobilautomaten, NorgesSpill, Snabbare, Suomikasino and others.
Commenting on the recent tie-up, Head of Business Development for Synot Games, Priscilla Gatt, said in a company press release…
“We are looking forward to working with the esteemed brands from the Cherry Group and Come-On operation.
“This will enable us to showcase our extensive portfolio of online slots, to ensure a smooth transition of technologies and a mutually beneficial agreement that will be advantageous for both companies. This prestigious deal will demonstrate our dedication to quality of play, and we will add value and efficacy to their business visions.”
Included in the content agreement are hit titles such as Synot Games’ most recent release, Amazons’ Wonder, alongside other player favorites Reel Hot Respin, Double Hot Slot, Joker 50 Deluxe, 243 Mexicana, Jack & The Mystery Monsters, Wild Circus 256, Aladdin And The Golden Palace, the Irish-inspired, Lucky Pot, and many more. Each of which will be made available to the ComeOn Group stable of brands.
Head of Casino for ComeOn Group, Johan Olsen, also commented on the partnership agreement, adding…
“At ComeOn we always strive to give our players an awesome experience. We are committed to offer the best products to our players. Therefore, we are happy to announce our partnership with SYNOT Games and we are confident that together we will be able to provide players with a great gaming experience.”
UKGC license for Synot Games:
Lauded as a “huge step” for the company, Synot Games recently secured a supplier license from the UK Gambling Commission (UKGC). The nod from the British regulatory body means that the firm can now deliver its games, which are already certified in several jurisdictions including Spain, Italy, Portugal, Sweden, Denmark, Latvia, Lithuania, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Romania, Croatia, Greece, the UK, and Malta, to players via licensed operators in the UK market.