VSoftCO agrees multi year partnership with Sport-Shotz

Virtual games provider VSoftCo has entered a multi year agreement with Sport-Shotz, a leading provider of sports themed casino games.

Under the terms of the deal, Sport-Shotz complete portfolio of games is to be integrated onto the VSoftCO platform.

Simon Westbury, Chief Commercial Officer of VSoftCo, said: “This partnership is very important for VSoftCo as it shows our commitment to the company vision of being the premium supplier of omni-channel sports based content.

“For the last twelve months we have been committed to expanding our sports based offering and this deal demonstrates our desire not to just provide virtual sports but also casino based content.

“The market leading sports based casino products offered by Sports-Shotz is a perfect extension of this vision.”

Amongst the sports incorporated into the sports themed casino games are football, horse racing and tennis, in addition to the new expansion sports of American football, golf and cricket.

Neil Greenwold, Director of Sport-Shotz, added: “We are delighted to have entered into partnership with VSoftCo, a much respected market leader in the virtual sports betting industry.

“With the extensive distribution network available through VSoftCo, we believe that integrating our portfolio of sports casino style games with our differentiating USP will place us in an excellent position to capitalise on expanding into new markets and new territories.”

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