Betsoft And Boyle Sports Ink Gambling Content Deal

BETSOFT AND BOYLE SPORTS INK GAMBLING CONTENT DEAL

29th August, 2013 at 03:05:21
Source: http://www.azonlinecasinos.com

Software provider to furnish online bookie's casino and mobile operations with Slots3 games

Online gambling software developer BetSoft Gaming has announced that independent Irish bookmaker Boyle Sports is its latest customer, and is to take on BetSoft's Slots3 games.

Under the terms of the partnership, Boylesports will be offering all of BetSoft's Alderney-approved Slots3 games, including the popular Mr. Vegas and Three Wishes.

Boylesports will be taking on 23 more 3D slots over the next few weeks, as well as BetSoft's widening catalogue of ToGo mobile slots.

Anthony Locke, BetSoft's head of product development said Thursday.

"We have been looking forward to working with Boylesports for a long time. They have long been recognized as a true, highly respected leader in the UK and Irish markets, and we are eager to help them achieve even greater success in the iGaming world."

Keith O'Loughlin, CEO of Boylesports, said: "Adding BetSoft's 3D games to our repertoire will significantly enhance the entertainment factor for our players, and with more games to be available in the very near future, we will always be offering the newest and best technologies in 3D slots gaming.

"We will be offering the product to our customers across mobile, tablet and web platforms to give the fullest customer experience on all channels."

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