BetGames.TV, a leading live dealer and betting games supplier, has reached an agreement with industry-renowned operator Videoslots to carry its full suite of quality content.
Under the agreement, the rapidly expanding supplier will see its entire portfolio go live with Videoslots via iSoftbet’s GAP, offering players the chance to get hands-on with BetGames’ recently launched Rock Paper Scissors.
Initially being available in markets covered by its UK and Malta licenses, the partnership with Videoslots will also benefit BetGames’ ambitions in Sweden, a license for which is expected shortly.
The announcement comes as both companies enjoy expansion and landmark achievements.
BetGames continues to build on its remarkable period of growth, during which it has seen Andreas Koeberl take the reins as CEO, an SBC Leader of the Year award for COO, Aiste Garneviciene, as well as the appointment of Thomas Aigner as Head of Sales.
Videoslots, meanwhile, has just broken the 5,000 mark for the total number of games it provides its players who will now also be able to enjoy BetGames’ catalogue. This includes the revamped Bet on Poker, as well as Wheel of Fortune, War of Bets and its innovative twist on Texas Hold’em poker, 6+ Poker.
Commenting on the deal, Aiste Garneviciene at BetGames.TV said: “It’s fitting that our hugely popular products should be live with a leading brand like Videoslots, it will give our quality, innovative content the perfect boost to its exposure as we look to expand into yet more territories.”
Sales Director Europe at BetGames.TV, Valeria Russo added: “A deal of this magnitude is very pleasing to complete and alongside other recent notable achievements, we’re very excited by the year ahead. Videoslots are at the top of their game and exactly the place we need to be.”
William Ahlberg, Videoslots Head of Commercial said: “BetGames.TV is another first-class brand that we are delighted to bring to our players.
“Their attention to detail and wide choice of modern gaming experiences is a definite boost to our offering. It’s an honour to welcome them onboard.”