The deal will see iSoftBet's entire gaming library ported over to the SoftSwiss platform, which also features games from top developers like Net Ent, Microgaming, Ezugi, Endorphina, and more. The games are released in HTML5 and Flash format, with titles available on both desktop and mobile platforms.
Commenting on the deal iSoftBet Managing Director Nir Elbaz said, "We trust that our partnership with SoftSwiss will be a profitable one as both companies are customer-focussed and believe in delivering a high-quality service. SoftSwiss has been a great partner to deal with from the very first time we met, and we are looking forward to building a long and productive relationship with them."
SoftSwiss CEO Ivan Montik also commented, noting: "We are thrilled to cooperate with iSoftBet because we know their game content is of the highest quality and very enjoyable for players. What is more exciting is that under our partnership iSoftBet games will now become available via Bitcoin, which will introduce them to an even wider audience."
No timetable for the integration has been given, but it is likely we will see the games added in the near future.