Mansion88 integrates draw-based games and virtuals from NSoft

Asian betting operator Mansion88 has integrated popular draw-based games Lucky Six, Lucky X and Next Six from NSoft to its online website, as well as virtual greyhound races, horse races, motorcycle races and slot car races from the same provider.

“After the presentation of the NSoft’s products and services, the mutual conclusion was that our potential for further web expansion was promising,” said Joy Lao, Head of BTIT at Mansion88. “We are happy to add NSoft’s top-notch products to our extensive web offer.”

The Asian market, said NSoft Regional Manager Davor Konjevod, is an opportunity for the company to develop its own potential by offering a great variety of tailor-made solutions for betting operators.

Konjevod added: “It is great to have this release up and in a full swing. It was a demanding process with the introduction of multiple companies, 8 currencies in 6 different languages. I’m really eager to witness our partner’s Mansion88 satisfaction with NSoft’s high-performing products and services.”

NSoft is currently offering the integration of its complete portfolio of virtuals and draw-based games free of charge. It was originally for companies who filled out this form by a deadline of 31 March, but has since been extended due to such high demand. 

The enduring appeal of NSoft’s Lucky Six has been emphasised by the demand for it during this time of crisis. For more insight from the product’s creator Ivo Marinovic, click HERE.

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