British online casino games software innovator iSoftBet has recently announced a pair of deals that will see the portfolio of video slots and virtual games available via its Game Aggregation Platform grow to encompass well over 2,000 individual titles.
London-headquartered iSoftBet revealed yesterday that an integration deal signed with online casino games developer Wazdan will see its Game Aggregation Platform add some 100 video slots complete with the unique volatility level, unique gamble, energy saving and double screen features.
iSoftBet stated that its Game Aggregation Platform now offers titles from in excess of 35 leading-edge developers and is being utilized by operators in twelve regulated markets such as Romania, Portugal and Italy.
Michael Probert, Head of Business Development for iSoftBet, declared that the past six months have seen his firm add innovations from ten developers as part of a policy to offer partners ‘the widest range of quality games’.
“Here at iSoftBet we listen to our customers and what their players are asking for, which is why we have joined forces with Wazdan,” read a Tuesday statement from Probert.
For his part, David Mann, Sales Manager for Malta-based Wazdan, proclaimed that he was excited to have inked the integration deal with iSoftBet as the firm currently ‘supplies some of the world’s largest and most successful iGaming operators’.
The agreement with Wazdan came only seven days after iSoftBet inked a comparable deal with British iGaming innovator 1X2 Network that has seen its Game Aggregation Platform add content from its partner’s 1X2Gaming, Leap Gaming and Iron Dog Studio games development subsidiaries.
“[1X2 Network’s] Iron Dog Studio and Leap Gaming subsidiaries in particular have built a formidable reputation for designing and developing blockbuster games, which are already live in markets such as Italy and the United Kingdom,” read a March 14 statement from Probert.
Kevin Reid, Chief Commercial Officer for 1X2 Network, described the integration deal with iSoftBet as ‘another great partnership’ for the Hove-based firm that will help it to ‘open the door to new markets and opportunities’.
“We are excited at the opportunity to put our games in front of players in countries such as Portugal for the very first time,” read a statement from Reid.