Synot debuted in recent SIGMA
(Malta, SoloAzar Exclusive).- Martina Hrabinska, COO of game provider Synot, talked to SoloAzar during recent SIGMA show. “We came here to exhibit sharp content and to meet different game operators,” said Hrabinska.
“We are game providers. We established the Synot brand 2 years ago and we are online games providers, so we bring really fresh content”, said the COO of the company, who also commented: “This is our first time in Malta. We have established the company here, so we’re just waiting for the papers here in Malta so we will have a license anytime.”
“We came here to exhibit sharp content and to meet game operators. This first day is so so busy, I didn’t expect so many visitors. It’s such a small place with such small halls and so many people and we gave so many business cards.
“We didn’t have time for the conferences, but I’ve realized that for the next year we should come with double the staff of Synot Games. This time we came 5 people from Synot Games, so next time, we will have a bigger stand and more people from the company.
When asked about the importance of SIGMA for the company, she said: “SIGMA is very important because we have a company here. We have also hired people to our company in Malta and we will also bring content to Maltese operators. Also we are meeting our established partners, which we are already in contact with them, so it is always a great opportunity to meeting the team.”
Then she was asked to make an evaluation of the year: “We have expanded our content; we are making the certification, which was really important for us. MGA in UK is really important, GLI certification for Spain, Lithuania, so we are spreading the content wherever we can. We are planning Portuguese and Swedish as well, so hopefully we will be spreading the content there as well.
She then explained the goals of the firm for 2019: “For next year, we aim to have this Portugal and Swedish licenses, a UK license, and of course, to spread our content wherever we can, so we have already some business partnerships established but we are working more and more.”
Finally, when consulted if online gaming legislation in US is helping other countries, she answered: “We are not feeling this right now. For the US we are also planning a corporation with some partners but this is something in future. We don´t have experience yet in US, so we will see how it will go. With regard to Latin America, we need to know more about the markets and the licenses before we enter there,” she concluded.