Playson Announces Agreement With Latvian Casino Operator Klondaika
Playson has announced an agreement with Latvian casino operator Klondaika.
The two firms formed the content agreement this month, providing Klondaika with access to Playson’s complete casino game portfolio.
According to Playson’s press release, the agreement will see Klondaika offer Playson games such as Crystal Crush, Rise Of Egypt and latest release Solar Queen on its online casino.
The partnership allows Playson to extend its reach throughout Europe, appealing to more players across the continent. In a statement, Blanka Homor, the Sales Director at Playson, said:
“We are delighted to have partnered with Klondaika and provide its growing player base with our range of exciting games. We are always looking to increase our presence in markets, so we are thrilled to be working with them and look forward to an exciting working relationship.”
The news comes just days after Playson acquired a Roman gambling license and after inking a similar deal with SuprNation, a Nordic-based casino operator.
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It’s been a busy week for Playson as the game provider launched a brand new slot titled Solar Queen. The game features an Egyptian theme and uses a 4×5 layout with 20 paylines.
Solar Queen provides players numerous chances to win thanks to its progressive Wild symbols and winning multipliers. In addition, the Flame Frames feature with multipliers can help playing earn more Wild symbols for increased winning combinations.
To celebrate the release of its new game, Playson also launched an online slot tournament where players can win a share of €30,000 in cash.
The tournament takes place between July 18th and 28th, and over 200 online casinos are participating. Users are required to wager a minimum of €0.50 across 50 bets to participate in the tournament. Total scores will be recorded on the tournament leaderboard and users with the highest total will win cash prizes.
Find out more about Playson’s slot tournament and new game over on their website.