Realistic Games Agrees Isoftbet Deal

Cross-supplier deal to open new markets for slots developer

The UK-based online gambling games developer Realistic Games has signed an agreement to distribute its titles via fellow provider iSoftBet, using the latter's content aggregator platform, Game Aggregation Platform.
iSoftBet's GAP offers a substantial library of third-party games from more than 20 software providers and offers operators a diversified and robust portfolio that can be used with a single integration.
Realistic's roll-out will include a number of recent releases such as Fireworks and The Fruit Factory, long-standing revenue generators like Super Graphics Upside Down and 6 Appeal, as well as multi-channel table games. It is also set to feature a host of exciting new games which are scheduled to be released on phone, tablet and desktop from September onwards.
Andy Harris, CEO at Realistic Games, said: "iSoftBet have an impressive reach in regulated European markets as well as further afield, and I'm sure their customers will benefit from having access to our portfolio of games."

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