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The Czech Republic's lottery monopoly Sazka announced this week that they've signed a content deal with iSoftBet and will integrate the developer's games into their online casino platform.
The agreement will see iSoftBet's suite of slots, table games, and other casino titles being ported over to the product, which also uses Neogames content to offer to punters within the country. As a part of the deal Sazka will also gain access to iSoftBet's marketing and promotional tools. To comply with Czech laws, iSoftBet modified their software to comply with payout percentages and guidelines.
Commenting on the deal Sazka's Jan Horyna said, "iSoftBet has an excellent reputation for generating significant revenues for brands via its leading content platform and for producing high-quality games that perform consistently well across regulated markets."
iSoftBet's Michael Probert added: "This marks an extremely exciting time for us and presents a tremendous opportunity to enhance our presence in a new and rapidly growing market.
"Our games continue to perform exceptionally well, and we are rapidly gaining market share with both existing and new operators in regulated and newly regulated markets."