Swintt strengthens in Germany with ZEAL Network slot rollout

August 25, 2023 | Sarah Blackburn

Slot developer Swintt has enhanced its footing in the German market after agreeing to provide titles to ZEAL Network.

Through the deal, players of ZEAL Network’s B2C casino platforms, such as Lotto24 and Tipp24, will gain access to the studio’s SwinttPremium and SwinttGames ranges, offering traditional and modern-themed slots respectively.

Lars Kollind, Head of Business Development at Swintt, explained: “While Swintt has been working in the German market for some time now, we’re always looking out for good opportunities to strengthen our presence by collaborating with quality online operators – and ZEAL Network certainly fit the bill in this respect.

“The brand has a long and decorated history in lottery products and recently branched out into instant games, so we’re delighted to be able to share some of our slot expertise with them to enhance the casino offering across their network and put the Swintt brand in front of thousands of new customers.”

Within Swintt’s SwinttPremium range are an abundance of classically-themed slot titles that will aim to target more traditional ZEAL Network players with games like Duolito Iceman, Cleopatras Pearls and Seven Seven Pots.

Meanwhile, the operator will also bolster its online casino brands with games from the suppler’s SwinttGames portfolio, offering modern games with unique bonus features such as Cash Joker and Electric Elements.

Julian Tietz, Managing Director Games Business at ZEAL Instant Games, added: “Virtual slot games are becoming increasingly important in the gambling sector and will continue to establish themselves as a crucial business model in the lottery segment.

“For this reason, we are proud to be able to offer our players an extensive selection of exciting online games in our webshops. We are pleased to be able to sustainably expand our portfolio through the cooperation with Swintt, which is internationally known for its innovative games offering. We are very much looking forward to the cooperation.”