Betsoft Gaming has recently signed a partnership deal with industry titan Betsson Group. The deal will see the renowned content provider's award-winning releases to be integrated across Betsson's iGaming brands.
Betsoft's commitment to excellence has made them a leader in the iGaming industry. Known for their reputation for releasing high-quality products, Betsoft also offers unparalleled service to its clients and is independently certified and licensed to operate throughout Europe, Latin America and South Africa.
Successful recent releases such as Take the Bank, Jungle Stripes and Primal Hunt will be available. Also, Betsoft's several localized and translated games will be accessible to Betsson customers.
Betsoft games are proven to attract and retain players across demographics and geolocations. The addition of in-game tool Take the PrizeTM will also increase engagement across both individual games and operator promotions whilst strengthening customer loyalty.
Betsson Group is a multi-national company employing 2,200 people across 14 locations. Known for its multi-brand business model, customer service and exciting promotions, Betsson brings almost 60 years' worth of experience to the iGaming industry while keeping its offering fresh and relevant. Listed on the NASDAQ and licensed in Malta, Sweden and the UK as well as many other jurisdictions, Betsson is an acknowledged leader for responsible gaming behavior.
Head of Account Management at Betsoft Gaming Anastasia Bauer said:
"Betsoft Gaming has built its reputation for high quality slot releases through its constant innovation and pursuit of excellence. Having our products available across all of Betsson Group's brands is a great opportunity and we are looking forward to developing our relationship further."
Head of Games at Betsson Group Paul Malt added:
"We look to work with content providers who share our commitment to delivering an exciting, innovative and safe gaming experience. Working with Betsoft is a great fit and we anticipate a smooth and positive relationship going forward."