A leader in mobile and online games supply, iSoftBet, has sealed yet another innovative deal, this time with a game developer in Bulgaria, Zeus Play. The agreement between the two parties is to have the developer add iSoftBet’s games in its unique Game Aggregation Platform also known as GAP.
The content on iSoftBet and Zeus’ deal
In simple terms, the contract implies that the game supplier’s operator partners will be able to access over 100 additional table games, lottery and pokies which include Zeus Play’s top-performing games such as Amun’s Book, Eternal Desire and Explorers’ Quest.
Zeus play’s Chief Marketing Officer, Christos Zoulianitis says on the company’s website:
“We are thrilled to have integrated our content into iSoftBet’s state-of-the-art Game Aggregation Platform – it is a huge opportunity for us to put our games in front of some of the industry’s largest operators.”
iSoftBet’s Business Development Head, Michael Probert commented by saying that Zeus Play has a full suite of bold, vibrant games – exactly the top quality content that iSoftBet is constantly looking to add to its game portfolio.
“GAP is one of the most powerful content aggregators in the market, and boasts exciting and engaging content from our third-party partners as well as our own proprietary games, including recently-launched titles Booster and Lucky 3,” Probert added.
iSoftBet’s recent developments
iSoftBet has recently launched its full suite of original, branded games with Portugal’s online casino operator, Casino Portugal. Whereas in July 2017, the supplier successfully managed to partner with top UK brand, Cashino – which is one of the largest manufacturers of land-based and online slots internationally – providing them with its full suite of games including the sought-after; Paranormal Activity, Diamond Wild and Neon Reels.
What does the deal mean for Zeus Play?
The current deal is a major score for young Zeus which was only established in 2012. To date, Zeus Play has a game portfolio of 50+ games. Zeus Play recently launched Infinium, which is the company’s first HTML5 game.
We wish the two all the best on their partnership!