iSoftBet links with Quik Gaming to enhance aggregation offering

iSoftBet has moved to strengthen its aggregation offering by partnering with Quik Gaming, incorporating several of the latter’s products into its own operations.

Lauded by iSoftBet as ‘another positive step’ for the online games supplier and content aggregator, the firm will integrate titles such as Lotto Routelete, Wheel of Fire and Race for Cash into its aggregation portfolio.

“The strength of our aggregation offering lies not only in its breadth but also its depth, and cutting edge new products,” said Denisa Csepregi, Commercial Aggregation Manager at iSoftBet. 

“Quik Gaming brings innovative and fun-filled concepts to the market and we’re very happy to partner with them, and are extremely optimistic as to the future of our relationship.”

The company currently maintains a portfolio of over 8,000 games from 85 different providers, and in recent weeks has signed a number of commercial deals in a bid to further enhance its product range.

Additionally, the firm has announced plans to unveil its next player engagement tool at the Igaming Next in Malta event.

Timothy Bartolo Parnis, Chief Operations Officer at Quik Gaming, remarked: ‘‘Our deal with iSoftBet is a pivotal moment for us at Quik Gaming, as we get this unique opportunity to become a part of a highly influential igaming family. 

“iSoftBet is one of the top licensed aggregation platforms and suppliers, currently serving a large number of regulated markets. Thanks to this strategic partnership we can reach more operators, which I’m sure they’ll love our Unique Live Games as much as we do.”’

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