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This week software developers EGT Interactive and SoftGamings announced that they've come to an agreement on a partnership that will see the SoftGamings platform hosting games from EGT.
The agreement will see EGT's full library of more than 150 slots and casino games such as video poker, roulette, and keno being offered on the platform. The games are being ported over this month, and will then be offered to casino partners who will, in turn, provide them to players. Some of EGT's more popular games include Jacks and Better Poker and 40 Super Hot. The titles being ported will feature both desktop and mobile compatibility.
Commenting on the agreement SoftGamings Director of Partnerships Irina Sazonova said, "I am happy about our new cooperation with the EGT Interactive. It is a recognised provider, which produces a really quality content, which perfectly suits our Slots Bundle and Casino Games Integration offerings."