Soft2Bet has followed up on the launch of its Indian market brands Wazamba, Rabona, Nomini and Campobet by inking a content agreement with Skywind Group.
Following a positive integration, Skywind’s slot content portfolio will be available through each of the organisations of the online gaming operator and network community, totalling 17 brands of igaming and sportsbook.
Giving players the ability to experience local and cross-game jackpots, the collaboration will provide users with access to more than 290 games, including video slots, arcade games and licenced video slot titles, such as The Last Empire, Star Trek: The Next Generation, and Rambo. The new games from Skywind – Big Buffalo, Respin Mania, Bonus Digger and Gladiator Reel – will also be available across famous brands from Soft2Bet.
Teodora Breskovska-Hall, Soft2Bet’s casino head, explained:“We are at a stage where our market and customer reach now spans over three major European jurisdictions. The content of Skywind is the perfect addition to our portfolio and will give us additional flexibility to appeal to an even wider audience of customers.
“The team at Skywind are consummate professionals and it was an absolute pleasure to work with them throughout the negotiations phase. I am looking forward to a successful and long-lasting partnership.”
Soft2bet’s customers will benefit from Skywind’s variety of engagement tools, including bonus coin incentive, regular in-game tournaments, and jackpots, in addition to the above listed content.
For its games now available in Sweden, Belgium, Denmark, Portugal and Italy, Skywind has gained six licences in new territories in the past year, including the UK, Malta, Romania and Spain.
Skywind’s Managing Director, Oren Cohen Shwartz said: “Soft2bet’s platform has a great distribution network and teaming up with them will allow us to distribute our games to even more operators and players, as we continue to expand our reach throughout regulated markets. I’m sure the deal will be very fruitful for both companies in the months and years to come.”