CT Interactive continues its expansion in the Lithuanian market by going live on Uniclub.lt, the company announced on Thursday. The Bulgarian content provider first entered the jurisdiction at the beginning of 2022 with a selected game list that is also available for the Latvian and Estonian markets.
CT Interactive describes Uniclub as “a well-established and credible gaming brand” in the Lithuanian market. “We are proud to have our games on their website,” said Silvia Hristova, Head of CRM at CT Interactive.
The partnership between both parties strengthens and grows the supplier’s market share in the Baltic States. Lithuanian customers will now enjoy CT Interactive games such as 20 Star party, 40 Mega Slots, 40 Treasures, Banana Party and more.
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Lachezar Petrov, CEO at CT Interactive, said: “The partnership with Uniclub is a new milestone for CT Interactive. It shows our commitment to innovate and offer amazing content with the appropriate companies to bring great experiences to the new and growing regulated markets.”
Martynas Matulevičius, CEO at Uniclub, added: “The expectations of the players are particularly important to us, so we are proud to be one of the first in Lithuania to have the opportunity to offer CT Interactive games to our customers.”
“By cooperating with CT Interactive, we have become even bigger and more versatile,” further commented Matulevičius. “We are sure that this partnership will be mutually beneficial.”
CT Interactive’s strong position in the Serbian market has been enhanced by releasing the provider’s games at the Meridianbet casino site operating in the Balkan country.https://t.co/ej0iZr3SZg
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Earlier this month, CT Interactive enhanced its position in the Serbian market by releasing its games at the Meridianbet casino site operating in the Balkan country. The deal represents an expansion of an existing partnership between both parties, which started a few years ago.