Probert, iSoftBet

iSoftBet adds to its Game Aggregation Platform with Amatic

iSoftBet, a leading online and mobile casino games provider, has announce a new partnership with another software vendor, Amatic Industries GmbH.

Probert, iSoftBetiSoftBet’s Game Aggregation Platform (GAP) will now be able to offer its operators content from Amatic Industries, as part of its diverse portfolio of games.

Michael Probert, Head of Business Development for iSoftBet, said: “iSoftBet Game Aggregation Platform (GAP) has evolved impressively over the past year and holds many distinct features, such as being able to provide fresh and well-performing content continuously. Amatic has an in-depth understanding of player needs in every country, and so partnering with them will surely give iSoftBet an edge over others.”

Tatjana Bauer-Engstberger of Amatic Industries commented: “We are thrilled that our games will now be available for online play on iSoftBet’s Game Aggregation Platform (GAP). Our belief and strategy has always been that proven land-based games will set the hallmark for success in online gaming, and we are sure that iSoftBet players will enjoy our content produced with this unique approach.”

iSoftBet’s GAP is an advanced platform that provides operators with a library of third-party games sourced from 20+ software developers, which can be accessed through a single, seamless integration.

Amatic Industries, a family-owned business founded in 1993, has been operating successfully in the international gambling market as a designer, manufacturer and distributor of casino games for two decades, and is well known for its complete Multi Game Solution.

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