Betsoft Games Launched On Major Italian Online Casino Site

BETSOFT GAMES LAUNCHED ON MAJOR ITALIAN ONLINE CASINO SITE

19th December, 2016 at 07:24:53
Source: http://www.azonlinecasinos.com

Selection of games now live at Microgame.it

Online gambling software and games developer BetSoft has announced that its games have gone live in the Italian market through the major operator Microgame S.p.A.

Under the terms of the licence agreement, BetSoft will deliver its range of 3D Cinematic Casino content, including SugarPop!, Alkemor's Tower and Boomanji, to Microgame's long list of gaming sites.

This is the first time BetSoft's online casino product has been made available in the Italian regulated market.

A BetSoft spokesman says the company has invested time and expertise in achieving AAMS regulatory certification for BetSoft content, and that Microgame will be the first of many Italian parties to distribute BetSoft's product during 2017.

Francesca Raniolo, Sales Executive of Betsoft says: "MicroGame is an important partner for Betsoft and their esteemed position in the Italian gaming market makes them an excellent choice for the roll out of our range of casino content. Italy will be a key territory for Betsoft in the next 12 months and we are delighted to make our games available."

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