Hot on the heels of launching its ‘Twelve Days of Giving’ charity campaign and Betsoft Gaming has inked an iGaming content agreement with state-owned land-based casino operator Holland Casino for its recently launched digital interest.

Under the deal, the Hoofddorp-headquartered operator, which is already responsible for 14 brick-and-mortar casinos in the Netherlands, will now have access to the developer of gaming solutions’ mobile-led portfolio of 200-plus random number generator (RNG) slots.

Product offering:

Players at the online casino that has been operational in the Netherlands’ nascent iGaming sector since October 1st, 2021, will be able to experience recent releases from Betsoft, such as Tower of Fortuna, 88 Frenzy Fortune and the crime-themed caper Return to Paris, the follow-up to the smash hit A Night In Paris.

The operator will benefit from regular new game releases from Betsoft, including series, sequels and standalone titles, ensuring that players will always have a fresh and innovative offering to choose from. Another plus, through its use of HTML5 based technology, the developer’s customer-focused product suite is available across a wide variety of mobile devices, as well as traditional desktop computers.

Commenting on the new alliance, Jeroen Verkroost, Digital Transformation Director, Holland Casino, said…

“Betsoft’s reputation for Tier 1 content made us eager to work together for some time. We know our clients will be both engaged with and entertained by their industry-leading content. We are looking forward to a smooth integration and a long-term working relationship.”

Holland Casino was one of 10 operators granted a license from the Netherlands Gaming Authority to offer online games of chance from October 1st, 2021, day one of Dutch gambling’s newly regulated iGaming jurisdiction. However, the land-based operator was forced to postpone its online launch due to a “persistent technical malfunction” at the Central Register of Exclusion of Gaming (Cruks) but was able to go live with its online gambling offer, on October 5, 2021.

Leading operator:

In addition to a range of online betting and gaming products, the North Holland-based operator, which has been the Netherlands’ premier casino brand for nearly five decades, is responsible for 14 land-based venues located throughout the Netherlands, including in Enschede, Venlo, Breda, Amsterdam West, Utrecht, Leeuwarden, Amsterdam Center, Rotterdam, Scheveningen, Zandvoort, Groningen, Nijmegen, Valkenburg, and Eindhoven.

Anna Mackney, Head of Account Management, Betsoft Gaming, used a company news release to comment on the new collaboration, saying…

“Betsoft is a regulated content producer and it is our strategy actively to partner with businesses who share this commitment. Our games have always had a very strong presence across Europe and we are delighted to be focussing on the Dutch market – where we are known for the quality of our releases – with Holland Casino.”

Malta charity effort & new slots:

The latest content agreement follows the kick-off of Betsoft’s ‘Twelve Days of Giving’ charity campaign that began on December 14th and will run daily through December 25th, 2021. Recipients of the firm’s festive cheer include a range of Malta-based charities, from children’s gifts, food banks and soup kitchens.

After launching its last new slot release of 2021, Take The Kingdom, players can expect the developer to drop its first title of 2022, Gold Tiger Ascent, on January 20th. The new 3-reel, 3-row video slot has a 95.37 percent RTP and a maximum possible win of 2,520x the stake.