Leander lines up Optibet agreement

Independent gaming company Leander is very pleased to announce it has signed a deal to launch its games portfolio with Baltic and Nordic-facing Optibet 

Under the terms of the new agreement, Leander’s proprietary and third-party content will now become available to players across all of the Enlabs-owned Optibet’s regional sites 

Games include Leander’s very own hits Ave Caesar, Kraken and Wild West Zone, the latter featuring Leander’s innovative concept ‘Dynamic Ways’, together with the company’s latest release, Mad Monsters. 

Steven Matsell, CEO at Leander Games (seen right), said he was delighted that Leander’s wide selection of games will now be available to Optibet’s clients. 

Steven Matsell | SiGMA News

“Our own games portfolio and that of our partners gives our clients the best selection of games from which to chooseWe are always happy to be adding new names to our network and it is great that our content will now get even wider distribution with Optibet in the key region of the Baltics and the Nordics, he said. 

Optibet is a leading operator in the region with operations in EstoniaLatvia and Lithuania as well as further afield in the Nordics and emerging markets such as Peru and Chile.

Christopher Davis | SiGMA News

Christopher DavisHead of Gaming at Enlabs, said: “We are very excited to be adding the Leander games portfolio to our offering. The localised nature of each Leander offering is ideally suited to Enlabs multi-country approach in one of the fastest-growing online gaming regions in Europe.” 

SiGMA Events:

SiGMA Group Americas Digital Summit is running from the 22nd to 24th September, bringing well-known faces from the Latin American gaming and tech sector to a series of in-depth debate panels, with content offered in Spanish, Portuguese, and English.

The 7th edition of SiGMA Europe will move its November event to February 16th to 18th 2021.

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