Betsoft Gaming announces partnership with Betaland

Betsoft Gaming has announced the signing of a new partnership with Italian operator Betaland.

The deal marks the expansion of Betaland’s overall offering on its popular sites betaland.it and enjoybet.it.

The terms of the partnership will allow the two sites to feature Betsoft’s robust AAMS-certified collection of Slots3™ videoslots, including FIRE & STEEL, GIOVANNI’S GEMS and THE ANGLER.

Michele Sprovieri, Managing Director of Betaland said: “I am truly satisfied to add Betsoft’s games to our casino offering, with this acquisition of top quality, AAMS-approved videoslots, we now offer one of the largest online casino experiences to our players. I am confident that these wonderful games from Betsoft will greatly improve our site and please our players in the Italian market.”

Betsoft already has a strong presence in Italy, as it also recently partnered with Italian operator Betflag, 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 partnership deal with Eurobet.

Francesca Raniolo, Sales Executive with Betsoft Gaming commented: “Betaland is a relatively young operation, but already they are considered to be a prominent and respected force in the Italian iGaming market. We are excited to be working with Betaland, who, after six months online, made it into the Top Ten of Italian online operators. That feat is impressive, and shows that Betaland is on a sure path to success.”

Over 40 Betsoft games are currently available for play on desktop and mobile through Betaland sites: enjoybet.it and betaland.it.

 

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