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VSoftCo strengthens Tain’s market position with multi-year deal

Software developer VSoftCo will integrate its complete portfolio of virtual games for Tain, a multi-vendor platform provider for the industry.

A multi-year partnership will include the integration of VSoftCo’s leading virtual football products such as Fantastic League and the new Spot the Ball casino game.

Simon Westbury, Chief Commercial Officer of VSoftCo, said: “This partnership is very exciting for VSoftCo and one that we have been working on for some time.

“We are delighted that Tain has chosen us to partner with them in the distribution of our virtual sports and casino content. We cannot think of a better partner to expand our online business with and I am confident that we can support Tain and their customers in growing their existing business.”

Christian Hellman, Sales Director of Tain, added: “This addition of VSoftCo content and long-term partnership will further strengthen Tain’s position in the market and expand our portfolio of products even more. I am pleased to be working closely with VSoftCo and am certain this partnership will give our operators additional strength and assist them to further serve their players.”

This announcement signals a return to a virtual sports focus for VSoftCo, a sponsor at this week’s Betting on Sports conference, after making its first market entry outside of virtual sports last month via an integration agreement with Link2Win’s portfolio of ‘Linka’ games.

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