British online casino games and software developer, iSoftBet, has announced the signing of an agreement that is to see four iGaming domains employ its Game Aggregation Platform (GAP) innovation in order to offer video slots from Synot Games Limited.
The London-headquartered firm used an official Tuesday press release to detail that the alliance will involve the sites at 777.be and Netbet.com exploiting its GAP advance to feature games from Synot before being joined at a later date by their compatriots at 777.es and Netbet.ro.
iSoftBet recently revealed that its innovations are now ready to go live in the newly-regulated Swiss iGaming market and described its GAP innovation as a ‘highly-flexible’ platform that is already enabling over 100 of the world’s most prominent online casinos to offer ‘more than 3,500 slot and table games’ via a single integration.
Michael Probert, Chief Commercial Officer for iSoftBet, used the press release to state that his firm’s technology is now certified by regulators in 16 jurisdictions and features a portfolio of games ‘sourced from 50 of the largest third-party suppliers’ alongside a collection of ‘advanced marketing and real-time gamification tools.’
“GAP is the ideal casino content solution for both operators and suppliers to rapidly integrate, launch and showcase the best industry content and we’re delighted with the success Synot Games Limited has had in distributing its games to two leading brands.”
For her part, Martina Hrabinska, Chief Commercial Officer for Synot Games Limited, proclaimed that her firm has developed a portfolio of some 40 unique games that are licensed by authorities ‘in several strategic territories’ including Denmark, Portugal, Sweden and its home nation of Malta.