Casumo Teams Up with Playson

The well-known casino operator, Casumo, has signed a new deal with the game developer Playson. As such, Casumo will now be able to offer Playson’s top games to its players. This is a huge deal for Playson. Indeed, it means that the emerging studio’s games will be more accessible in the biggest markets in Europe, including the UK. Casumo came onto the scene back in 2012. Since then its one of a kind loyalty program allowed it to rise to fame. All and all, this new deal means that all Casumo players can access Playson’s extensive library of slots and table games for the very first time.

A New World of Innovative Games

To sum up, the new games are accessible thanks to Playson’s recent integration on the Relax Gaming Platform. And because of this, Casumo players will have access to a whole new world of innovation. There will be some of Playson’s top titles to choose from. These include Rome: Caesar’s Gold, Solar Queen and the cool, fresh new Funky Fruits series. The deal between Casumo and Playson shows just how popular these games are becoming. Furthermore, it seems likely that Playson will roll out these games with even more big operators in the near future too. Playson’s Business Development Manager, Lars Kolding, said that they are thrilled to take their games over to Casumo. Indeed, he believes that it is a Casino that shares their passion for providing a quality experience to its players.Casumo Teams Up with Playson

Excitement with Every Spin

Without a doubt, the Playson catalogue offers something new because of the excellent feature like tournaments and jackpot they offer. Plus, Playson 62 different slot titles cater to all levels of players. And their 6 blackjack and roulette games offer a seamless experience to all players. This way, players can expect fun and excitement with every single spin. The Head of Casino at Casumo, Andreas Vickman, is looking forward to offering “vibrant and exciting new video slots”. But also in giving players “the best games in the market”. So, for both sides, it looks like a very promising partnership.