The casino and sportsbook group Soft2Bet has agreed a multi-year content deal with supplier Playtech, allowing them to include more than 100 premium games across its casino platforms.

Soft2Bet will integrate Playtech’s extensive games portfolio including slots, table and jackpot games across all its brands.The casino and sportsbook group have a multi-brand portfolio which comprises 17 tailor-made online casinos and sportsbooks including platforms, Nomini and Rabona.

Teodora Breskovska, Head of Casino at Soft2Bet, said: “We’re extremely excited with this partnership. The deal with Playtech gives us access to more than 100 premium quality slot games – all of which are top performers in our key markets.

“The offering contains some of the most popular jackpot titles in the industry including the Age of Gods and DC Jackpot series, and many others worth hundreds of thousands in prize money. 

“Our customers will be thrilled to access to these huge prizes which will, without a doubt, add even more value to our already premium offering.”

This latest announcement for Playtech comes after the back of their All Bets Blackjack Live table launch with GVC brand Bwin.

The latest launch continues their push for a more diverse live portfolio and continues Playtech’s ongoing strategy of heightening engagement with players.

James Frendo, director of casino at Playtech, commented on their partnership with Soft2Bet, he said: “We’re very pleased to be working with Soft2Bet to bring some of most popular casino games to brand-new audiences. Creating an unrivalled range of diverse, innovative content is a core part of Playtech’s business vision.

“With a carefully selected mix of branded titles, original content and games supported by major jackpots, we’re confident we can help Soft2Bet deliver an even richer, more varied experience for their players.”

This deal comes after the chief executive officer of Soft2Bet, Boris Chaikin, spoke to CasinoBeats last month and explained why the company diversified and what sets it apart from its competitors.

To see the full interview, click on the following link