iSoftBet Partners With Hölle Games

In a major European aggregation transaction, online games supplier and content aggregator iSoftBet has partnered with German supplier Hölle Games.

The company will be added to iSoftBet’s Game Aggregation Platform as part of the cooperation, boosting the former’s footprint in the newly regulated German market.

iSoftBet’s commercial aggregation manager, Denisa Csepregi, said: “Our GAP offering allows us to enter markets swiftly and smoothly with operators and we are delighted to partner with and add Hölle Games’ content to our unbeatable offering. 

“From localised content to a vast array of top-performing premium games, we’re able to add another exciting studio to our GAP portfolio and look forward to working together for the foreseeable future.”

Hölle Games is a video slots studio located in Germany’s newly regulated market, with products targeted initially at the German and Swiss markets before being extended out across continental Europe.

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The studio has built a game mechanic called Bonus Spin exclusively for Germany, which gives the gaming experience players are familiar to while reducing tax exposure, guaranteeing local clients get the best possible product playability.

Hölle Games’ CEO and co-founder Robert Lenzhofer added: “We strive to create cutting-edge games with a unique artwork style aimed at German players, so we’re delighted to join iSoftBet’s GAP offering, which will see us significantly expand our footprint.”

Hölle Games joins the growing GAP portfolio, which now includes over 8,000 games from 80+ providers, giving global operators everything they need to achieve “immediate success” in a variety of regulated markets.

Earlier this week, iSoftBet received a LatAm boost with a Universal Soft partnership giving the company access to the full catalogue of slot games.

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