Online and mobile casino service supplier iSoftBet has increased its global reach after inking a fresh deal alongside “socially responsible operator” Paf, an Åland Islands-based company, seeing its complete slot title collection go online.
As a part of the agreement, Paf’s customers will be allowed to view all the games of iSoftBet, including the recent publication Dragon Stone, as well as the 2019 games Pinata Fiesta and Vegas High Roller.
“Paf has a well-established reputation as a highly innovative and socially responsible gaming business, and we are delighted to partner with them,” noted Michael Probert, chief commercial officer at iSoftBet.
“Paf and iSoftbet both operate in several regulated markets and we felt it was an ideal partnership.”
In addition, the Nordic provider, which focuses heavily on social responsibility by using earnings to help community, will also have access to the number of sophisticated marketing and real-time gamification instruments available to iSoftBet, such as in-game.
Kim Johansson, chief gaming officer at Paf, stated: “iSoftbet has a solid reputation in the market and will be a very good addition to our offering. They work in all our regulated markets and we are looking forward to launch their games with our players”.
iSoftBet has been accredited in 16 of the world’s controlled and developing regions and has lately collaborated with LeoVegas to enhance the Italian face function of the company.
“We have already established a fantastic working relationship with Paf and I’m sure this will continue,” added Mats Lundin, sales manager of iSoftBet, on the latest deal.
In latest decades, both iSoftBet and Paf have lauded steps to join Switzerland’s freshly controlled industry.
iSoftBet was poised to go live on the re-regulated jurisdiction that opened on July 1, with Paf building on a previously announced deal alongside the Grand Casino Lucerne by debuting its igaming site for the country’s players.