Virtual sports games should prove popular with players
Following a partnership deal, NSoft virtual sports games will soon form part of the selection offered by iSoftBet's Game Aggregation Platform.
The GAP facility already hosts a library of more than 120 third-party games from over 20 software providers, and will now add NSoft's portfolio of virtual games, including draw-based games Lucky Six and Lucky X, as well as virtual greyhound, horse and drag racing.
Betradar's games such as Virtual Football League, Virtual Tennis Open and Virtual Basketball League are also available through NSoft's sales channels.
Michael Probert, head of business development at iSoftBet, said in a statement Thursday: "We were keen on working with NSoft from the first time we spotted their virtual games."
In addition to its suite of games, NSoft has also developed the proprietary SEVEN Platform, a single solution for managing core betting business operations, along with a comprehensive sportsbook solution and lottery-based games.
The company is headquartered in Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina, where Stjepko Čordaš, NSoft chief executive said that the deal with iSoftBet would help expand its business horizons, particularly in Europe and Africa.
"The deal will help us expand to UK, Italy, Spain, Denmark and Portugal, while iSoftBet will enrich their portfolio with our products," he said.
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