Swintt Acquires Elysium Studios to Boost In-House Capabilities

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Swintt, the respected provider of online casino software, has announced the acquisition of Elysium Studios. The move marks a major step in Swintt’s expansion and it will result in a number of new slot releases in the coming months.

New Opportunities in Regulated Markets

This acquisition opens doors to new opportunities, particularly in regulated markets. By integrating games from Elysium (ELYSIUM Studios) into its portfolio, Swintt aims to offer a wider variety of gaming experiences to its partner casinos. This collaboration is set to benefit both operators and players, enhancing the gaming landscape with fresh, diverse options.

Elysium has already made a mark in the industry, contributing to the success of popular games such as Red Tiger’s Dragon’s Luck. The studio’s expansion and move towards developing in-house games with unique mechanics and bonus features have set it apart in the competitive gaming industry. With the backing of Swintt’s platform, Elysium Studios is poised to roll out several new games, leveraging Swintt’s established infrastructure.

Swintt CEO Excited about the Future

David Mann, Chief Executive Officer at Swintt, shared his enthusiasm about the acquisition.

The acquisition of ELYSIUM Studios is undoubtedly a huge step for the company and one that will enable us to further cement our market position by further diversifying the Swintt portfolio, which now allows us to cater to player tastes across a wider range of regulated markets while also providing our operator partners with new content.
Having carved out a niche for themselves in the industry for providing high-quality titles that feature unique themes, innovative mechanics and signature graphics and sound, we couldn’t be more excited to be able to start working alongside such a talented team of developers. ELYSIUM Studios will certainly usher in an exciting period of game production for our company and we can’t wait to see how operators and players enjoy upcoming releases like I Hate Fairytales and Pirate Pledge.

David MannSwintt Chief Executive Officer

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