Japanese slot developer Samurai Studio has prepared to launch its titles across Swintt’s affiliated operators, following a deal to become the latest addition to SwinttStudios.
Under the terms of the agreement, the NatsumeAtari subsidiary will now have access to the igaming provider’s distribution network – in addition to gaining its proprietary back-end tools.
Mitsuhiro Koide, Chief Operating Officer at NatsumeAtari, stated: “Having founded our company with a mission to spread happiness to everyone involved with NatsumeAtari, we’re delighted the joy we provide to players will now reach even further through our partnership with SwinttStudios.
“By joining forces with Swintt for this exciting venture, our talented team of designers and developers can focus on creating the most immersive and enjoyable games possible while Swintt’s distribution solutions and in-depth industry know-how help us put our product in front of a brand new audience.”
In March, the Malta-based company formed SwinttStudios in a bid to enable partners to “focus mainly on the design and theme of their titles while Swintt handles game logic and product delivery, providing a smoother creative process for all parties.”
In response to this deal, Swintt is suggested to have vowed that it will “continue to increase the number of titles released via its partnership programme in the coming months.”
“With NatsumeAtari having only launched Samurai Studio two years ago, we’ve been impressed with what the developer has already achieved in such a short space of time – but with SwinttStudios, we’ll be able to help them reach the next level,” added David Mann, Chief Executive Officer at Swintt.
“Having seen the studio’s flair for design and innovation, we’ll now be able to take the nuts and bolts of game logic and product delivery off their hands. This will enable them to make cutting-edge game development their main priority as our distribution network makes sure that the exclusive games they create via the SwinttStudios partnership program reach all the markets where they need to be seen.”