The premium British online and mobile gaming software provider iSoftBet has signed a content distribution deal with the award-winning slots and table games developer Realistic Games. Under the terms of the agreement, the Realistic Games’ gaming portfolio titles will be distributed via iSoftBet’s channels.
The Head of Business Development at iSoftBet Michael Probert commented on the company’s most recent deal, saying that Realistic Games were known as a reliable and stable partner that had a great reputation when it came to high-quality games development. Mr. Probert also shared he had a good feeling about the collaboration between the companies, explaining that Realistic Games’ offerings would probably quickly become some of the most popular games provided on the GAP.
Moreover, he said that iSoftBet’s customers will draw a great benefit from the new additions to the extensive range of in-house and third-party content.
Up to date, Realistic Games is already offering its portfolio to a number of popular operators. Their first multi-channel game called The Fruit Machine has been recently launched and can now be accessed not only on the Internet through desktop and mobile devices, but on land-based machines, too. Other popular games – 8th Wonder and Goal! went live in June and earlier in August, respectively.
The process of gaming distribution will be carried out through the content aggregation platform of iSoftBet, called Game Aggregation Platform (GAP). The latter already provides the company’s customers with a great variety of third-party games developed by more than 20 casino software providers. Up to date, the content aggregation platform of the UK-based software supplier offers diversified gaming portfolio to casino and gaming operators, who can integrate it quickly and easily to their platforms.
Now, thanks to the deal between the two companies, the Game Aggregation Platform of iSoftBet will offer some of the most popular titles of Realistic Games such as The Fruit Factory, 6 Appeal, Fireworks, Super Graphics Upside Down, etc. All of them have been long known as some of the main generators of the company’s revenue, along with the provider’s multi-channel table games.
In addition, under the terms of the deal, GAP will also feature some of the new titles of Realistic Games, which are due to be launched on both desktop and mobile devices until the end of the year.
The Chief Executive Officer of Realistic Games Andy Harris confirmed of the agreement, saying that iSoftBet had an “impressive reach” in the regulated markets in Europe, which would definitely beneficial for both Realistic and their customers.