SYNOT Signs Promising Gaming Deal with Rootz

March 15th, 2021
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Rootz Adds 68 Games from SYNOT to All Three Platforms

Landing a deal with Hero Gaming and a Latvian online gaming operator Klondaika through February has served as a good keynote for the upcoming commercial arrangements at SYNOT, a team of iGaming enthusiasts from the Czech Republic.

The group has signed another promising content distribution agreement on 15 March, increasing the reach of its original slots with a prodigious operator, Rootz. This creator of next-generation platforms has taken the provider’s full portfolio suite for consideration and integrated it on several casino sites, such as Wildz, Caxino and the recently launched Wheelz.

Expanding Global Presence

In recent months, SYNOT has achieved a lot in terms of market positioning. The Czech supplier successfully affirmed a cooperation with ComeOn Group in January, granting full portfolio access to the Malta-based giant of the iGaming sector.

An arrangement of this magnitude extended the studio’s global reach across 21 brands, matching all business objectives and ensuring clarity of integrations within new territories.

Entering regulated markets is a key to SYNOT’s strategy, since the company’s games get along with Rootz’s motto that relies on flexibility and reliability. Players on all three platforms will now have the opportunity to play a lot of favorites and join the fun regarding future releases.

Some of the titles that already went online are Mysterious Atlantis with deep-sea creatures, as well as the playful and generous Respin Joker. However, among the newly added slots are even newer releases such as Amazon´s Wonders or Buffalo Hunt.

“We have signed another promising gaming deal with the company Rootz, which is amongst the leading organizations in the new iGaming era,” confirmed Martina Hrabinská, CCO of SYNOT Games.

The chief commercial officer is also excited about bringing the above-mentioned titles to the players on new platforms, allowing them to experience the novel content just like many other fans worldwide.

Rootz isn’t hiding the excitement in regard to partnering with SYNOT as Wheelz, Wildz and Caxino will from now on be equipped with the developer's most popular slots to date, famous for immense remarkable visuals and maximum playability.

According to Tony Kjaldstrom, COO of Rootz, the next batch of slots will help the company to further enhance its available and extensive portfolio range. The team is looking forward to expanding its offering with SYNOT Games, expecting new titles to soon go live on each one of the platforms.

Among the latest releases is even Solar God, launched on 4 March, 2021. It comes with a wild, a bonus level and scarab symbols that enhance basic gameplay. Apart from its 6-reel layout, this title stands out with its shiny, bright and golden graphic details, capable of enchanting each devoted player that enjoys pharaoh’s company.

A Growing List of Vendors

Meanwhile, the Malta-based iGaming company, Rootz, has reached several landmark deals with other software development companies, strengthening its position on the market through other brands as well.

Earlier in July 2020, Caxino and Wildz entered into an agreement with Swintt, an up-and-coming game provider with a next-level approach to casino entertainment. Later in November that same year, Nolimit City, a Swedish software brand, joined the growing list of suppliers on this site alongside Push Gaming, Microgaming, Red Tiger and others.

The latest platform to go live on this network is Wheelz, advertised by David Hasselhoff, a famous Hollywood actor. Push Gaming went live on this site for the first time 8 March, 2021 and provided its entire game library to the state-of-the-art webpage.


“SYNOT Games Signs Cooperation Agreement with Rootz”,, March 15, 2021.

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