Maltese online casino games developer Playson Limited has announced the signing of an agreement that will involve its full portfolio of over 60 video slots being offered to players via the Italy-facing domain at FlashBet.it.

The Sliema-headquartered firm used an official Thursday press release to detail that the deal inked with locally-licensed iGaming operator PGS Italia srl is set to further expand its presence in the Italian market by allowing punters to enjoy games such as its Solar Queen, Rome: Caesar’s Glory and Mighty Africa innovations as well as its Timeless Fruits and Funky Fruits line of online video slots.

Increasing influence:

Lars Kollind, Business Development Manager for Playson Limited, used the short press release to declare that FlashBet.it was only recently granted a license by the Amministrazione Autonoma dei Monopoli di Stato (AAMS) regulator with his firm’s alliance with the site representing ‘the latest in a string of deals’ that is seeing it ‘expand across Europe with an ever-growing number of operators’.

Read a statement from Kollind…

The Italian market is a very exciting one and we’re delighted to have signed this partnership with FlashBet.it. Global expansion is a high priority for Playson Limited and we look forward to offering our popular games to an even greater Italian audience.”

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For his part and Florion Bregasi, Chief Executive Officer for PGS Italia srl, explained that FlashBet.it had already offered a plethora of video slots from some of the world’s leading developers including Pragmatic Play Limited, NetEnt AB and BetSoft Gaming Limited alongside a sportsbook featuring markets on sports as diverse as soccer, tennis, basketball and cricket.

Bregasi’s statement read…

“The slots from Playson Limited are immensely popular and we’re thrilled to have partnered to offer its games to our customers. The team at Playson Limited has been a pleasure to work with and we look forward to a prosperous relationship in the years to come.”






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