GameArt Delivers Slots to Paf

March 4th, 2024 Company updates

GameArt has entered a partnership with Paf, a Nordic gaming company and award-winning industry leader in responsible gaming, to deliver its slot games to more players across Europe.

GameArt, a leading developer of premium slot games, proudly announces its partnership with Paf, a Nordic gaming company founded on Åland in 1966. Under this collaboration, Paf is now live with GameArt's games in Finland, Estonia and Spain, marking an exciting expansion for both companies.

Paf, renowned for its commitment to responsible gaming and innovation, has chosen GameArt as another strategic partner to enrich its gaming portfolio. With a focus on delivering exceptional player experiences, Paf's decision to integrate GameArt's captivating slot games underscores its dedication to offering diverse and engaging content to its players.

Commenting on the partnership, Eric Castro, Head of Content, Casino & Games at Paf stated, "We are extremely pleased to collaborate with GameArt, a company renowned for its exceptional slot games and dedication to innovation. This partnership meets our goal to provide our partners with a varied and engaging gaming selection. "

Yauheni Charniuk, Account Manager at GameArt, added, "We are honored to team up with Paf, an esteemed leader in the gaming industry recognised for its dedication to responsible gaming and forward-thinking innovation. This partnership allows us to introduce our top-tier online slot games to Paf, enabling their partners to provide outstanding gaming experiences on a global scale. We look forward to our collaboration!"

About PAF

Paf is a Nordic gaming company founded on Åland in 1966 to generate funds for the benefit of society. They were one of the very first gaming companies to go online in 1999. Many of their games are exclusive to Paf and developed by their in-house Games Studio. They are an award-winning industry leader in responsible gaming. Their physical gaming operations include over 30 cruise ships crisscrossing the Baltic and North Seas.