Pragmatic Play and iSoftBet Sign New Gaming Contracts
A couple of big players in the online software industry have signed deals to improve their products. First, NetBet has announced they have signed a partnership with Pragmatic Play for Live Dealer casino games. This will add Pragmatic Play’s growing offering of Live Dealer casino game offerings to the NetBet family of casino providers.
Next, popular Australian online casino software provider iSoftBet has signed a deal with SkillOnNet. The deal will see SkillOnNet’s gaming portfolio added to iSoftBet’s Game Aggregation Program (GAP) content.
NetBet Partners With Pragmatic Play for Live Dealer Games
NetBet has added to their already impressive offering of online casino games by signing a deal with Pragmatic Play. Under the deal, Pragmatic Play will offer an enhanced selection of Live Dealer casino games. Pragmatic Play was already providing games to the casino. However, now they will offer the majority of their offerings that include games like Live Dealer Blackjack, Roulette, and more.
According to NetBet’s PR Manager Claudia Georgevici, “Pragmatic Play’s games have been a mainstay in our library for a long time, so we’re thrilled to now offer the best of their Live Dealer games in our Live Casino, and we’re sure our customers will appreciate them”.
Pragmatic Play’s Head of Account Management Albert Pesca also commented on the deal. He said, “We can’t wait to see how our Live Casino games perform with NetBet. Our partnership with them is a well-rooted one, with Pragmatic Play’s slots already present in their offering. We’re more than excited to see that operators choose multiple verticals from us, contributing to our goal of becoming the one-stop-shop for the iGaming market.”
Pragmatic Play has become a major player in the Live Dealer games market over the last couple of years. Also, their gaming rivals that of Evolution Gaming and Pragmatic Play is becoming one of the go-to alternate providers for online casinos.
SkillOnNet Signs GAP Deal with iSoftBet
If you play at online casinos in Australia, then you have seen iSoftBet games offered. The popular online casino games provider continually adds content to their platform via their GAP software program. This allows lesser-known content providers to offer quality gaming to players around the world.
In a press release, iSoftBet announced a new deal with SkillOnNet. The deal will see SkillOnNet’s entire online casino software library added to iSoftBet’s GAP program. According to iSoftBet’s Chief Commercial Officer Michael Prober, “SkillOnNet has developed a reputation as a well-established and high performing casino software provider, and we are delighted to partner with them to further extend our content and aggregation footprint with the many brands they work with.”
SkillOnNet began business back in 2005 and is now a top-tier turnkey service provider. However, their focus on developing casino software solutions and then provide those solutions to some of the top online casinos in the world.
According to SkillOnNet spokesman Michael Golembo, “We are thrilled to be working with iSoftBet across a number of fronts. Accessing the GAP platform will enable us to reach new markets quickly and efficiently and instantly offer players proven, revenue generating content including iSoftBet’s best performing and diverse catalogue of classic and new slots.
“iSoftBet has rightly earned a great reputation in the marketplace and we look forward to a successful partnership which we are confident will bring great results for both companies.”
The iSoftBet GAP program features online casino gaming software from 70 top providers from around the world. Over 8,000 games are part of the program, giving iSoftBet one of the most comprehensive online casino games libraries in the world. This is in addition to over 150 proprietary titles offered by iSoftBet casinos.
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