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iSoftBet sees Spigo eye to eye over a game aggregation platform

By hawkie_eeg

Feb 28 2018

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iSoftBet,  a global powerhouse in the online casino industry, agreed to offer casual games to its operator partners for the very first time after clinching a deal with Spigo, the Danish game developer dedicated to develop and deliver electronic entertainment of high quality.

The games will be delivered via iSoftBet’s powerful Game Aggregation Platform (GAP) to operators in Denmark and comprise titles offering single player, multiplayer, card-based, dice-based, classic, and modern games namely  Diamonds, Fruits, and Zoo.

Each game was fashioned in the HTML5, making them accordant with both desktop and mobile devices. The games feature local and progressive jackpots, free spins, free games, bonus games, and bonus systems.

GAP boasts more than 1,500 slots from 35+ suppliers including developers such as Playson, Realistic Games and Habanero. It also features a powerful back office where operators can handle all marketing activity in one place.

In view of this, Michael Probert, the Head of business development at iSoftBet, said: “The casual games market continues to grow at a rapid rate, particularly in the Nordics. This partnership gives our Danish operators access to these popular titles for the first time. Here at iSoftBet we are always looking to strengthen our Game Aggregation Platform with a wide range of quality titles, and Spigo’s suite of match three puzzle games certainly hit the mark and will be a big success with our partners.”

And Kasper Kau, the CEO of Spigo, added : “We are delighted to have integrated our casual games into iSoftBet’s powerful Game Aggregation Platform, making them available to their operator partners in Denmark. We have seen a huge rise in the popularity of casual games in recent months and years, and they are a great way for operators to diversify their game portfolios and attract new players.”


Source: European Gaming Industry News

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