Playson Announces Content Agreement With Casino Operator Yobetit


Playson has announced a new content agreement with casino operator Yobetit.

The popular slot provider, which is responsible for games such as Chicago Gangster and Crystal Crush, announced the news this week.

The firm revealed that it had struck an agreement with Yobetit and online casino, lotto and sportsbook operator with valid licenses in Malta and Sweden.

Under the agreement, Playson will provide a collection of its games to Yobetit. This allows the operator to offer the games to its customers, expanding Playson’s reach throughout Europe.

The agreement also boosts Yobetit’s casino offering as Playson will reportedly deliver a regular offering of its games across the new few months.

According to Playson’s official announcement, some of the games offered to Yobetit through the agreement include Solar Queen, Vikings Fortune: Hold And Win, and Fruit Supreme: 25 Lines.

What They Say

In a statement, Blanka Homor, the Sales Director for Playson, said: “We’re thrilled to have signed this agreement with Yobetit and to offer our suite of games to its players. We have been very impressed with Yobetit and look forward to working alongside them in the future.”

Nikolai Livori, the CEO of Yobetit, added: “We take great pride in our gaming content and how we present it to our players and I’m confident they will enjoy this latest addition to our market-leading portfolio. We’re delighted to be working alongside Playson and look forward to a long and mutually beneficial business relationship.”

The news comes after Playson received a valid gambling license to operate in the Swedish market and after the provider partnered with Meridicanbet to expand its player base.

More recently,  Playson announced an agreement with Latvian casino operator Klondaika, allowing the operator to offer a collection of Playson games.

The provider has also been working hard developing and releasing new slots. Recent releases from Playson include Fruit Supreme and Solar Queen, both of which have received praise from both fans and critics alike.