Tain, the company behind one of gaming’s leading platforms, have expanded their lottery and jackpot offering, signing a new partnership agreement with Malta’s rapidly emerging games provider Spinola.
The agreement, penned ahead of next week’s Sigma event, will raise the number of slot games available on Tain’s aggregator platform to fast approaching 3,000. Spinola’s engagement will deliver a brand new vertical taking Tain deep into the fastest growing online market of lotteries.
James Davies, Sales Executive at Tain, said: “Spinola Gaming is an exciting addition to our ever-growing aggregating platform, further establishing Tain as one of the strongest aggregators in the market. We are excited to be adding a brand new vertical to our aggregator platform by partnering with Spinola, one of Malta’s leading lottery and jackpot game providers.”
Davies added: “The offering from Spinola Gaming will be a huge addition to the 2,800+ slot games already integrated from some of the industry’s top tier third party suppliers. Complementing these with our Sports book, Odds feed, Live Casino and In-house developed games available soon via our Amazing Gaming brand will allow us to offer a huge variety of content to our operators.”
The Tain deal is a major coup for Malta based Spinola. The innovative games developer has already made significant inroads into the marketplace, carving out a specialist niche in the lottery sector with a mix of fully underwritten Bespoke Lotteries, Instant Win Games and over 70 Global lotteries across a mix of more than 100 online & state run operations which are currently using the developer’s B2B lottery products, also maximising their returns through Spinola’s pioneering lotto engine, Lotto Connex.
Ade Repcenko, COO at Spinola, said: “We are excited to be able to expand our global lottery offering through Tain’s extensive network. They are now in pole position to take advantage of online gaming’s biggest vertical (Lotteries) coupled with the industry’s leading lottery offering from Spinola.”
Both parties will be attending Sigma in Malta next week to expand on the details of the agreement and the opportunities they believe the deal will bring.
This article was originally published on www.igamingtimes.com