Thunderkick, the independent slots studio, is solidifying its presence in Sweden by expanding its partnerships with renowned operators Bethard and Fastbet.
This expansion will enable more Swedish players to discover and enjoy Thunderkick's impressive collection of games, including popular titles like Dionysus Golden Feast and the Esqueleto Explosivo series, as well as the recently released Jiggly Cash.
Bethard and Fastbet are rapidly growing operators in Europe, with a strong presence in multiple European countries and a continuously expanding player base. Bethard has set its sights on becoming the world's leading sportsbook.
By forging these new partnerships, Thunderkick is strategically targeting the Swedish market, aiming to make its content available to as many customers in the country as possible. This expansion further cements Thunderkick's position as a key player in Sweden, as the company is now partnered with a majority of tier 1 and tier 2 operators in the country.
Fredrik Ekholm, Head of Sales at Thunderkick, expressed enthusiasm about the partnership, stating, "Sweden is understandably a key market for us at Thunderkick, so we're delighted to be expanding our partnerships with Bethard and Fastbet in the region. These are two of the most exciting operators in Europe, and with their strong player bases in the Swedish market, we're thrilled to be bringing our games to even more players in our homeland!"
Tom Forsberg, Head of Casino at Bethard Group, shared his excitement about the collaboration, saying, "We've had a very successful partnership with Thunderkick thus far, so we're excited to expand and offer their content to our Swedish player base. Their portfolio of games is truly impressive, with some player favorite titles that we're thrilled to bring to more customers. We look forward to continued success and growth with Thunderkick."
With Thunderkick's expanded partnerships, Swedish players can expect an even more captivating gaming experience, while the company solidifies its position as a leading provider in its home country.