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iSoftBet, the leading online games supplier and content aggregator, has partnered with United Remote to supply its slot portfolio throughout Europe. 

The deal will see iSoftBet’s portfolio of slot titles go live across a plethora of brands operated by United Remote and Rabbit Entertainment, including Lapalingo, Tigerspin, BetandPlay and more.

Customers of these brands will have access to iSoftBet’s impressive array of Hold and Win and Megaways™ titles, including the top-performing Gold Digger, recent release Lanterns and Lions, and award-winning Moriarty Megaways™.

The agreement will see iSoftBet expand further in Germany, where United Remote has a strong presence, as well as other key regulated markets. 

Lars Kollind, Head of Business Development at iSoftBet, said: “As we start the new year, we’re delighted to partner with United Remote in an expansive slot deal. 

“Our portfolio offers exciting and innovative games enjoyed by players all over the globe and we’re thrilled to be able to bring them to a number of new brands and customers.”

Eliana Mennonna, Product Manager at United Remote, said: “iSoftBet has a reputation for making fantastic games and going above and beyond for customer service. It has been an extremely easy process so far working with them and we can’t wait for our partnership to realise its potential.”

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