Betsoft partners with Betflag as Italian expansion continues

iGaming supplier, Betsoft Gaming has announced that it will continue its expansion into the Italian market, signing a partnership with Italian operator BetFlag.

BetFlag will be taking on Betsoft’s varied collection of AAMS-approved Slots3™ games, including popular hits GIOVANNI’S GEMS and FIRE & STEEL. The Italian company will also be offering Betsoft’s AAMS-approved ToGo™ titles to feed the growing mobile sector of the industry.

Miguel Micallef, Account Manager at Betsoft Gaming commented: “BetFlag have significant reach throughout the Italian market, they provide a full-service iGaming experience to their players that will be further enhanced with the addition of our AAMS-certified suite. Known for their strong commitment to customer service at every level of their operation, BetFlag is an ideal partner for us and we are confident in the future success of this deal.”

Domenico Galizia, CEO of BetFlag added: “We are extremely happy to be adding Betsoft’s amazing games to our current offering, it is rare to find such a high level of quality spread over so many different titles. We know that our players will be pleased to have such an incredible iGaming experience when they visit our site.

“Betsoft is continuously adding to their list of AAMS-approved games. Because of that, we are very excited to see what is in store for the coming year.”

Betsoft already has a strong presence in Italy, as it also recently partnered with Italian operator Sisal to supply its Slots3 range of games to the country, as the first company to operate as a licensee of the Italian Government, Sisal took on the range of slots that had been approved by regulator AAMS. Further emphasising the strength of Betsoft’s portfolio, it also recently signed a a partnership deal with Eurobet.

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