Evoplay and Soft2Bet Boost Presence in MGA-Licensed Markets
Innovative slot studio Evoplay and leading provider Soft2Bet have agreed a prominent deal which sees Soft2Bet integrate Evoplay’s captivating titles onto its state-of-the-art platform.
As part of the agreement, Evoplay casino slots provider will roll out 84 of its MGA-certified titles with Soft2Bet, including 14 instant online casino games and 70 online video slots such as Temple of Thunder, The Greatest Catch Bonus Buy, Wild Overlords and Wolf Hiding, as well as the studio’s Bonus Buy collection and immersive gamification tools.
The deal sees both companies expand across Malta-licensed markets, giving the pair a reinforced position in crucial jurisdictions, allowing both brands to meet elevated growth plans and maintain impressive commercial momentum in 2023.
The partnership is already live, with ORYX’s aggregation platform acting as the go-between for both parties, following Evoplay’s partnership with ORYX Gaming signed in April this year.
Commenting on the deal, Vladimir Malakchi, CCO at Evoplay, said: “Partnering with Soft2Bet is an important milestone for every game provider, as it provides the chance to achieve large-scale horizons and implement huge projects alongside other industry leaders.
“For all of us at Evoplay, a partnership with a company like Soft2Bet is a recognition not only as a game provider but also as a partner who helps run and develop iGaming businesses. This is why I am so proud, and it motivates my team and me to achieve even greater success in the future.”
Daniel Mitton, Director of Gaming at Soft2Bet, added: “We continually strive to deliver exclusive and up-to-date gaming content to every corner of the iGaming world, working alongside companies that share our vision.
“Evoplay game provider has already established its unwavering leading role in the market – We’re incredibly impressed with the game products we launched following the deal, giving us the confidence we need to provide a truly appealing offer to our partners and their players.”