Tom Horn eyes Lithuanian uplift following 7bet.lt content deal

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Online casino game developer Tom Horn Gaming has added yet more depth to its burgeoning roster of Lithuanian operators after sealing a content deal with the newly established sports betting and live casino operator 7bet.lt, owned by Amber Gaming.

Under the terms of the agreement 7bet.lt has taken live the supplier’s gaming suite, including Lithuania’s top performers – Hot Blizzard and 243 Crystal Fruits.

“We’re proud to be strengthening our presence in the country as the leading igaming content supplier with premium partners like 7bet.lt. With our expertise and content designed for this region, we’re confident that our games will deliver excellent results and increase our reach, whilst bolstering acquisition and improving retention.

We believe that players of 7bet.lt enjoy our novel and entertaining content and will be impressed by every new title we introduce to the market, ” Ondrej Lapides, CEO at Tom Horn Gaming said of the latest commercial tie-up.

Andrius Lapienis, Head or Marketing at Amber Gaming added: “Given its strong reputation and open and innovative approach to game development, Tom Horn Gaming is a must-have provider for any online casino and we’re delighted to have teamed up with them.

The supplier’s portfolio boasts unique and high-quality content and we’re impressed with the performance of their games in Lithuania. Tom Horn games will diversify our gaming portfolio and we’re confident that their titles will resonate with our growing online customer base, whilst contributing to higher revenues.”

Tom Horn Gaming lauds the Baltics as its key market, building on its premium position in Lithuania, where in 2016 it became the first certified provider of online gaming solutions. In addition to regular slot games, Tom Horn is recognised for supplying games to a niche audience of the so-called category B, which allows players of ages between 18 and 21 to enjoy playing slot games with limited bets and payouts.

Zoltan Tundik

After starting out as an affiliate in 2009 and developing some recognized review portals, I have moved deeper into journalism and media. My experience has lead me to move into the B2B sector and write about compliance updates and report around the happenings of the online and land based gaming sector.

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