iSoftBet, the leading online games supplier and content aggregator, has signed an agreement to supply its vast range of exclusive slots to Swiss operator Casino Interlaken.
The deal will see iSoftBet’s complete portfolio go live with Casino Interlaken’s online brand StarVegas, including top performing Megaways and Hold & Win titles like Moriarty Megaways and Brides of Dracula: Hold & Win.
This marks yet another landmark agreement for iSoftBet, and sees the supplier extend its reach in Switzerland where it has partnered with a number of operators since the online gaming market opened in 2019.
Casino Interlaken becomes the latest operator to sign with iSoftBet, which has experienced significant growth over the past year, signing key commercial agreements in regulated markets across the globe, including recent deals with Slotegrator, United Remote, and PokerStars.
Lars Kollind, head of business development at iSoftBet, said: “Our newly struck partnership with Casino Interlaken to launch our content with their leading online brand StarVegas is an important step in nurturing our brand’s footing in key jurisdictions.
“As a market, Switzerland holds a lot of potential for us, and we look forward to providing Casino Interlaken’s players with our renowned collections and slot products.”
Jens Sellgrad, chief operating officer at Interlaken, said: “We’re always looking for new ways to add the latest, most innovative content on the market to our audiences, and iSoftBet provides exactly that.
“Having a name like iSoftBet in our portfolio is a huge statement for how far we have come as a brand over the past 12 months, and we can’t wait to see where the partnership takes us.”
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Completion of the deal is expected in the coming weeks