In exciting news (particularly for those living in the Baltic countries), Endorphina slots will now be available across the entire region. Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania have welcomed the arrival of this exciting slot provider. We are more than familiar with Endorphina, after having reviewed many of its slots in the past such as the juicy, 2021 Hit Slot title. Endorphina is also well-known for Hell Hot 100, Chance Machine 100, and Book of Santa, to name just a few.
This expansion is great news for the company and gives everyone an idea just of the vision that the software provider has. It also makes for a solid start to the new year, and Endorphina will now look to build further on these foundations.
Echoing this after speaking of the latest expansion news to emerge from the company was the CEO of Endorphina, Jan Urbanec. Urbanec commented that Endorphina has the vision to operate in more regulated markets across the globe, and the Baltic region has long been a key target market area for the company.
After announcing the official expansion, Endorphina believes that the Baltic’s will provide the company with great success, and Endorphina has high hopes moving forward. Endorphina believes that the style of game that it provides will suit the needs of the many in that area.
“It’s a great way to start the year by showing our commitment to expand Endorphina games in more regulated markets. The Baltics are a region where we expect great results, due to the historical success of the game style that Endorphina delivers.” – CEO Jan Urbanec, Endorphina.
Endorphina is a software provider known for injecting fun and excitement into its games, but now with this expansion, the company has proved that it wants to be in the very best markets. Endorphina has a legal, state-of-the-art infrastructure and can meet all the technical requirements demanded by local regulators.
A Bit More About Endorphina
The news that Endorphina will be available in the Baltic’s marks a particularly exciting period for the company after it recently picked up the award for being the Best Game Developer 2021 at the UGW Awards. The iGaming developer has come on leaps and bounds since it first established itself in the industry in 2012. Close to marking its 10th anniversary this year, the firm attracted attention early on due to using controversial themes. The quality, mechanics, and features of the slots were never in question, just the suitability of themes such as twerking and BDSM, or breaking Maori intellectual rights by using the famous Maori Haka dance.
Putting that to one side, the company has continued to push forward. It prefers to offer something unique, and this is evidenced in many of its titles. Endorphina experienced its best growth once it gained an MGA license in 2017 that gave the firm access to many major countries around Europe. Partnerships with major European-facing online casinos followed, and the firm has not looked back.