Betsoft Gaming and Grand Casino are now working on a new content deal
The two big firms are taking off from where they have left. Betsoft Gaming and Grand Casino, continue to make do on their pledge to expand within new markets. Betsoft Gaming signed a new content deal with Grand Casino, which is a new kid on the block. This is a long-term deal and will see the Hungarian operator incorporate all of the AAMS-certified games from Betsoft within its platform.
Betsoft Gaming and Grand Casino
Grand Casino is a new online gaming operator and it shares its name with a land-based casino based in Hungary. They also operate under the same parent company. The status of the land-based venue did help Grand Casino become an accredited firm in the online industry. Since the online industry of Hungary is strictly controlled, there are firm barriers put in place for new candidates entering the online market. Grand Casino was one of the top online gambling sites that were able to pass these barriers.
Grand Casino is one of two online gaming operators that offer gaming services to players in Hungary. The Chief Marketing Officer of Grand Casino, Shanta Segabon stated in a press release that: “We have a cast-iron commitment to creating the best possible player journey, through continuous product innovation. As early entrants to a new market, success will be determined by two factors. How well we satisfy and retain players, and our ability to partner with first-class content providers like Betsoft.”
With the new deal, the Grand Casino will integrate online slot games from Slots3TM collection. Moreover, it will integrate more AAMS-certified Betsoft games as they are released by Betsoft. They also continue to provide fresh content within the Hungarian online market. This is one great journey that the two companies are taking. We also hope their workmanship becomes a success.
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