Online casino games supplier Tom Horn Gaming this week announced a content delivery deal with Nordic-based and focused online gambling operator Paf. The partnership will further strengthen Tom Horn’s presence in key European markets.
Under the terms of this new agreement, the supplier will initially provide a selection of its gaming titles across Paf and Paf Multibrand Ltd.’s brands.
The remainder of Tom Horn’s portfolio will be rolled out with its newest operator partner shortly. Paf players will thus gain access to Tom Horn hits Sweet Crush, 243 Crystal Fruits, and Wolf Sierra, among others.
The partnership comes as the latest manifestation of the content maker and supplier’s strong growth momentum and ever-expanding product offering. The deal with Paf also further enhances Tom Horn’s ability to rapidly engage strategic iGaming clients across a number of new and existing regulated markets.
Based in Malta, Tom Horn specializes in the creation and delivery of omni-channel casino games and different solutions for the iGaming industry, including a comprehensive suite of engagement and retention tools. It is licensed by the Malta Gaming Authority and the UK Gambling Commission and provides its games and related products to a wide number of operators across key regulated jurisdictions around Europe.
A Gateway to a Number of Jurisdictions
Commenting on their latest important alliance, Tom Horn Gaming CEO Ondrej Lapides said that teaming up with Paf will provide them with a gateway to a number of jurisdictions, particularly in the Nordics where the provider has seen a surge in demand for its content.
Mr. Lapides went on to say that the link-up with an operator that is recognized for its responsible gambling efforts “strengthens our services footprint and facilitates further market penetration” and that they are thrilled to introduce their titles to the operator’s wide player base.
Eric Castro, Head of Content, Casino & Games at Paf, praised their new partner for having the “experience, the technology, the mindset, the scale and the team to provide the best-in-class gaming content” to their players.
Mr. Castro also pointed out that Tom Horn has focused great attention to build games that are well-received by players in the region and that the provider’s gaming experience is always “superb and fresh” and “well-informed by player preferences and habits.”
Tom Horn Gaming recently sealed a similar content supply deal with SynotTip, an online casino brand owned and operated by Czech gambling company SYNOT Group. That earlier partnership strengthened the game developer’s Latvian footprint and was, too, completely in line with its strategy to continuously grow its regulated presence across multiple jurisdictions.
Source: Tom Horn Gaming expands its European footprint with Paf link-up, European Gaming, May 11, 2021