Slot developer Swintt nets UK supplier licence from Gambling Commission
Online casino software supplier Swintt has received a licence from the Gambling Commission to provide its products to operators in the UK.
Players in the UK will now be able to access Swintt’s suite of video slots and live casino games.
Malta-headquartered Swintt was founded in 2019 and has since built up a catalogue of more than 140 proprietary game releases.
The supplier said it will continue with its business strategy to expand into regulated markets worldwide, bringing its titles to a large new audience, many of whom are not yet familiar with the brand’s range of bonus features.
As part of the UK launch’s first phase, Swintt will release two titles from its signature Xtra range of slots: Aloha Spirit XtraLock and Mystic Bear Xtrahold, as well as mobile-first slot Candy Gold.
The titles feature proprietary Swintt mechanics including jackpot Tiki Spins, locking re-spins and purchasable power-ups, which the supplier said would help to create a unique slot experience for UK players.
The launch of those three games will be further complemented with the release of The Crown, a slot game featuring legendary former footballer turned film star, Vinnie Jones.
The theme of The Crown centres around players putting together a crew in order to pull off a daring heist on London’s famous crown jewels.
Swintt said it is the first game in its catalogue to feature multiple base game locations, allowing players to play in one of four different venues, each of which boasts its own signature wild and bonus feature.
Swintt CEO David Mann said: “Swintt is thrilled to be able to announce the issuance of a UK licence that will enable us to share our incredible collection of games with players at UKGC-licensed platforms for the very first time.
“While we should be able to announce the first of our UK partners shortly, in the meantime I can assure players that it won’t be long until they’re able to access some of our award-winning titles and experience the features that have helped us become one of the leading software providers,” he added.
Outside of the UK, Swintt counts operators such as Interwetten, Come On Group and Tipico as commercial partners.