In the continuing effort to strengthen its Game Aggregation Platform (GAP), online casino content provider, iSoftBet, has entered into a partnership deal with Malta-based gaming content developer,  Betsoft. 

According to the news release, the market-leading casino content provider’s major GAP integration will see popular titles such as SugarPop!, Stampede, Legend of the Nile and the recently launched Dragon Kings, adds to its already 2,000-title strong library from 35-plus providers, upon completion.

Wider audience:

The integration will result in operators on GAP being able to access even more amazing content across mobile and desktop, and present wider-ranging portfolio content to their players in regulated markets including Italy and Romania, among others.

Chief Commercial Officer for iSoftBet, Michael Probert, said…

“As we continue to strive to build a large, high quality network of games provider partners, it was imperative that a deal be struck between iSoftBet and BetSsoft.

“Our operators in Italy and Romania particularly have been awaiting this partnership and we’re excited to be able to provide them with the Betsoft suite of games via GAP.”

Also commenting on the partnership deal, Betsoft Marketing Director, Annamaria Anastasi, said…

“This is an exciting development for all concerned. We are delighted to be delivering our games to operators via iSoftBet’s Game Aggregation Platform.

“This opens up new doors for Betsoft as we continue to expand into new markets around the world. With our newly acquired Romanian license and continuous growth in Italy, this partnership made perfect sense.”

Other integrations and releases:

ISoftBet has been busy this year, with other integration deals with the likes of online casino software provider, Fazi Interactive, Nolimit City and the GoWild launch and Ganapati’s full suite of Japanese-themed games, and more.

The supplier’s latest release, the 5×3 reel, 20-line slot, Hot Spin, is already popular with GVC Holdings’ online casino brands and is now available to players in key regulated markets worldwide, including the UK, Spain, Italy, Portugal, Romania and Denmark.