Multi-year agreement involves the supply of over 40 games
GVC has followed up on its agreement to carry Microgaming Quickfire games with a similar multi-year deal with games developer iSoftBet.
Under the terms of the deal, iSoftBet will supply more than 40 HTML5 and Flash slot games from its portfolio to GVC's online and mobile casino line-up, starting later this year.
The games will be offered across GVC's consumer-facing brands including bwin, Sportingbet, CasinoClub and partycasino, in dotcom and a number of regulated markets including Spain and Italy.
Among the branded titles in the package will be Rambo, Platoon and 24, along with in-house developed classics Skulls of Legend, Mega Boy and Neon Reels.
The company said in a press statement Thursday that the agreement provides another significant boost to GVC's rapidly expanding casino portfolio in regulated markets.
Liron Snir, GVC's chief product officer said:
"This is an important step in fulfilling our vision to transform our casino offer. It is particularly pleasing that players in growing regulated markets such as Spain and Italy will now have access through our sites to the fantastic content iSoftBet has developed."
Michael Probert, head of business development at iSoftBet, added: "Our partnership with GVC will definitely help us grow further in regulated markets. We are already approved and certified in the UK, Belgium, Portugal and Romania amongst others."
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