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Internet betting firm SoftGamings has announced that they've signed a content deal with Play'n GO and will distribute the developer's games on their platform moving forward.
The agreement will see Play'n GO's library of slots coming to SoftGamings' platform, which already features hundreds of titles from the likes of NetEnt, iSoftBet, Pariplay, Kiron, Ezugi, and more. The integration of the games is underway, and it's believed that the titles will be available in the very near future at partner casinos.
Speaking about the deal SoftGamings Head of Partnerships Irina Sazonova said, "We are pleased with our corporation with Play'n GO. Since its launch in 2005, Play'n GO has gained much relevance and popularity in the industry, and it keeps moving forward to provide even greater experience to players and operators. It is fantastic to have to Play'n GO, the master of innovative slots, in our portfolio."
Play'n GO's Head of Sales Magnus Olsson added: "We look forward to a fruitful partnership with SoftGamings. Our dedication and hard work have made our offerings very popular among operators and their players, and we are very confident that SoftGamings operators will get the same high level of satisfaction our content currently brings to the rest of the industry."