Markor Technology partners with Skywind Group

The collaboration will see Skywind extend its distribution network and push its live casino content to new players.

Global gaming platform Markor Technology has partnered with crypto games provider Skywind Group to expand its range of live casino titles through its aggregation platform.

Markor can now offer Skywind’s live casino portfolio to its players with games including both classic titles and variations of Baccarat, Live Blackjack and Live Roulette.

The collaboration will also see Skywind extend its distribution network while pushing its live casino content toward new players throughout regulated markets across the globe.

Markor currently provides over 300 slot games with a range of Skywind-powered gaming options already available on its aggregation platform.

Markor Technology CEO Melissa Summerfield said: “Like us, Skywind are a content-driven igaming technology company with operations around the world, so we couldn’t be picking a more knowledgeable partner to work with in terms of expanding our aggregation platform.”

Skywind Group senior partner manager Alina Popa said: “We’ve been impressed by the speed at which Markor Technology has built up its gaming aggregation service and we’re thrilled to now be able to add our live casino titles to this rapidly growing line-up.

“Teaming up with Markor will allow us to put our games in front of even more new players, while at the same time ensuring that they can continue to deliver market-leading content to their online partners.”

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Written by Isabella Aslam


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