Swintt enters North American market with Ontario license

Slot software provider receives AGCO approval

Slot software provider Swintt has launched in Ontario after receiving a license from the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario to supply games in the province.

The entry into Ontario is the company’s first step into a regulated North American market. Swintt has previously been focused on Europe and was already operational in 10 countries including Malta, Germany, and the Netherlands.

Swintt offers a content library spread across multiple verticals including table games, book games, live casino, and slots.

Ontario players now have access to the provider’s full suite of games including Aloha Spirit XtraLock. Swintt says more titles will be released in the coming weeks including its Law of Gilgamesh title, which is expected to debut on May 30.

It will also provide games from Elysium Studios, which the company acquired earlier this year. The first offering under that collaboration, Tipsy Charms, is already live in Swintt’s markets.

Swintt hopes to make splash in Ontario and beyond

CEO David Mann said the brand has the chance to take the Ontario market “by storm.”

“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,” said Mann in a release. “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 stage.”

Ontario entry could be a gateway into more North American jurisdictions as the company has said it has eyes on entering other markets including the U.S.

“Swintt is excited about entering the regulated Canadian market for the first time and the company has high hopes that the approval will further underline its credentials as a leading global provider,” said the company’s statement.

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