Betsoft Gaming extends Pan-European partnership with Soft2Bet
BETSOFT GAMING is continuing its European business development drive through extending its partnership with dynamic casino platform Soft2Bet.
Renowned for its fresh and immersive new releases, including sequels, series and standalone games, Betsoft’s award-winning portfolio of 200+ RNG slots will be further available to Soft2Bet’s fast-growing European casino sites. Brands including CampoBet and Yoyo Casino as well as the gamification heavy Cadabrus and Betinia sites will also see further integrations.
With access to certified games, including latest releases Gold Tiger Ascent, Triple Juicy Drops and long-awaited sequel, Lost Mystery Chests, players across Soft2Bet’s stable of brands will also have gameplay enhanced through Betsoft’s recently launched in-game promo tool Take the Prize. Designed as part of Drive – Betsoft’s comprehensive ‘toolbox’ of products – Take the Prize will significantly add to the overall player experience. It offers a random fortune wheel with cash prizes or bonuses in Betsoft qualifying games throughout any promotion.
Soft2Bet is among the leading online gaming operators and platform providers across Europe. With three strategically located offices in key regions, the multi-licenced operator has gone from a start-up in 2016 to a business employing 950+ staff. Soft2Bet can also boast a raft of awards and a portfolio of ten quality casino and sports betting brands.
“Betsoft Gaming is committed to reinforcing its presence in new regulated markets to extend its brand,” said Betsoft Gaming head of account management Anna Mackney. “We are very pleased to have renewed our partnership with Soft2Bet and look forward to an even stronger relationship.’
Daniel Mitton, head of casino, Soft2Bet, said: “Our strategy has always been to work with the best content providers. Renewing and extending our partnership with Betsoft will allow us to press forward with our strategic growth plan and to constantly deliver quality releases to our customers.”