Argentina's Leander Games Signs Deal With Betsson Online Gambling

Published Thursday, January 12, 2012 -

Leander Games from Argentina and Swedish online gambling operator Betsson have signed an agreement that sees Leander, a leading games software provider and developer give Betsson four new casino slot games. The exciting new casino games are Treasures of the Sahara, Snake Slot, Megadeth, and Reely Roulette. 
Betsson’s Games Manager Roman Briquet, said, “We were really impressed by the Reely Series of games and the innovative side bet feature that bridges the gap between slots and table games.” Briquet continued, "Megadeth is also a really exciting opportunity for us to reach out to a market segment that is not defined by geographical boundaries, whilst Treasures of the Sahara and Snake Slot are two games that have fun, feature rich elements that will undoubtedly appeal to our players. In all we have a great opportunity to reach out to new and existing customers with a wide variety of games, and we are delighted to be working alongside Leander Games now and in the future.”

The Chief Executive Officer and founder of Leander Games, Ramiro Atucha, commented on the arrangement, “We were proud to sign an agreement with GTS last September which gave us an opportunity to seamlessly integrate our games with its many operators. Betsson has really harnessed the ethos of our games and although each is unique in its own way, we are confident they will all appeal to a wide audience of players of every genre.”

Betsson Group, operates under a license granted by the Malta’s Lotteries and Gaming Authority under the Remote Gaming Regulations. Betsson Poker is operated by Betsson Malta Limited and powered by Ongame Network Ltd, which has a network license issued by the Gibraltar Government.
Leander specializes in the production of innovative video slots. The Leander Games library is currently available through GTS, OpenBet, and, for direct integration, through the proprietary engine "Lega." The company was founded in February of 2008 in Buenos Aires, Argentina.



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