The Czech Republic-based developer Endorphina has continued its expansion into more European markets by moving into the Baltic region. Online casino players in Latvia, Lithuania, and Estonia will now have access to the developer’s portfolio.
Endorphina confirmed the news in a statement on its social media platforms and website. Jan Urbanec, the company’s CEO expressed his excitement at the announcement. They said that it is a great way to start 2022, adding that it demonstrates the company’s commitment to reaching new regulated markets. They pointed to the success of slots similar to Endorphina’s in the Baltic states in the past as a cause for optimism.
Endorphina’s Head of Legal, Michal Konuch also spoke with enthusiasm. They said this expansion proves how popular and fun the company’s products are. It also shows that they have up-to-the-minute infrastructure that allows them to meet all legal and technical requirements.
The company has yet to confirm the name of any operators it will be working within any of the previously mentioned countries. One thing is for sure though, whoever it is will have a great selection of slots to choose from. Endorphina’s catalog features top games like Water Tiger, Hell Hot 40, Magnum Opus, Rooster Fury, and much more.
Endorphina is one of the most exciting slot developers on the market. After a strong 2021 that saw it expand its reach to over 750 different online casinos and branch out into more regulated markets, the company has had a strong start to 2022.
In January alone, the developer has announced new important partnerships. Firstly, it has confirmed that it has partnered with Twin Casino, one of the internet’s most popular operators. Secondly, it has made further inroads into the Romanian market with a new deal with Favbet in the country.
Endorphina opened its doors in 2012 and has been on a rapid rise to the top in the decade since. The developer works with a range of different partners in the industry including the likes of iSoftBet, SoftSwiss, and BetConstruct.
Its catalog of games has earned its plaudits across the industry. In 2021 alone it was shortlisted for awards with SBC, and the Europe Gaming Awards. The company is constantly looking for new ways to expand and different markets to enter.