Betsoft Gaming sees further European growth with new casino brand DBosses
BETSOFT GAMING has signed a partnership with DBosses, iGG’s newly launched mobile first casino brand.
The MGA licenced casino will host Betsoft’s portfolio of award-winning slots and table games, including latest releases Gold Tiger Ascent and Triple Juicy Drops. With a raft of recent awards and a growing global presence, Betsoft is a guaranteed draw for casino operators though its regular and consistent provision of new games.
The content developer has also launched its first promotional product 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 the Betsoft qualifying games throughout any promotion.
DBosses has been launched to offer a superb gaming experience which takes players to the next level of engagement. A host of innovative features and a mobile first focus ensure that DBosses is tailored to give clients a more immersive playing experience alongside 24/7 customer support in English, French, German and Suomi.
DBosses’ exclusive VIP club, La Familiglia, with its provision of personal VIP Managers and exclusive player access, will also appeal to those looking for a customised gaming experience. It is part of DBosses’ drive to redefine standards in mobile casino gaming.
“Betsoft is delighted to be one of the first content providers on board with DBosses,” said Betsoft Gaming head of account management Anna Mackney. “2022 is clearly going to be the year of innovation across the industry and we are looking forward to contributing to the success of this new venture.”
iGG WhiteLabels PR sales & game aggregation manager John Foster said: “We are thrilled that the launch of DBosses is backed by some of the best content available. A provider of Betsoft’s calibre is a great choice for driving business and we anticipate a hugely positive response across regulated markets.”