Malta-licensed online gaming operator Casino Saga is to expand the range of content it offers customers through a partnership with Swedish supplier Play’n GO.

Under the terms of the agreement Casino Saga’s parent company Rushplay will be able to offer the full range of Play’n GO content across desktop, mobile and tablet devices.

The operator explains that launching content across all channels helps it pursue its customer-centric approach by offering a rich gaming experience for a range of devices.

Casino Saga chief executive Georg Westin said that Play’n GO was a fast-moving company that was proven to develop strong content, with the same product and technical focus as his company.

“With its agile approach and roots in mobile gaming the games will be a great addition to the games portfolio of Casino Saga,” Westin added.

Casino Saga, which combines social gaming mechanics with real-money casino content, sees players progress through a fantasy world by playing games, and features content from Net Entertainment and BetSoftGaming.

“Our game portfolio will be a strong addition to the innovative casino offering of Casino Saga,” Play’n GO CEO Johan Törnqvist said. “The unique market approach of Casino Saga combined with our state of the art games will add great entertainment value for the players and we look forward to a successful cooperation for years to come.”