After inking a supply deal with Italian multi-product aggregator Esa Gaming in September, online casino games developer GameArt Limited has now signed a similar agreement with British firm iSoftBet.
Malta-based GameArt Limited revealed that the most recent deal will see its complete library of mobile games including HTML5-friendly video slots such as Emperors Wealth, Spartans Legacy, Queen of the Seas and Magic Dragon integrated onto iSoftBet’s Game Aggregation Platform (GAP) and made available to sites beginning with NetBet.co.uk.
“iSoftBet supplies content to some of the world’s largest and most successful gaming operators and we are excited that our portfolio is now available to its network of operators,” read an April 17 statement from Maja Lozej, Chief Executive Officer for GameArt Limited. “We are particularly excited to be offering our slots to players in Romania and Italy and plan to leverage iSoftBet’s licenses to enter new jurisdictions in the coming months.”
For its part, London-headquartered iSoftBet stated that its GAP innovation had already featured a selection of over 1,500 video slots from in excess of 35 developers including the likes of Playson Limited, Habanero Systems BV and Realistic Games Limited, alongside a back office that permits operators to handle all of their marketing activities in one place.
Michael Probert, Head of Business Development for iSoftBet, declared that his firm holds licenses from regulators in multiple jurisdictions including the United Kingdom and Alderney and will now be able to ‘open the door’ for GameArt Limited ‘in new markets’ such as Italy and Romania.
“GAP has emerged as a market-leading aggregation platform due to the variety and quality of games offered and the markets we can take partners into and this partnership with GameArt Limited strengthens this position,” read a statement from Probert.