Casino content developer Betsoft Gaming has agreed a further expansion of its range of igaming content, after agreeing a new deal with Play Royal.
Lauded as “a wide-ranging content agreement” with the Tron and Ethereum crypto casino, the partnership agreement follows a number of commercial deals inked in recent months.
Striving to extend its global presence Betsoft followed up deals alongside WeAreCasino and Casino Gran Madrid with similar alliances with Belgium’s Golden Palace casino and Wanabet.
“We are extremely impressed with the quality of Betsoft’s innovative games,” explained Tony Campbell, CEO of Play Royal.
“From the moment we saw titles such as Max Quest: Wrath of Ra, we knew that Betsoft backed up its reputation for developing fresh and exciting content, and we can’t wait to bring their games to our customers.”
Play Royal, which operates in a variety of global jurisdictions, is to integrate Betsoft’s “best performing games” across several phases, including its Max Quest: Wrath of Ra title.
Francesca Raniolo, sales executive for Betsoft Gaming, stated: “We are very excited to announce our partnership with Play Royal, one of the world’s leading crypto casinos.
“We pride ourselves on developing innovative, exciting cinematic content that appeals to a wide range of player types, and this is what attracted Play Royal to our games. We look forward to a great partnership.”
Last month the developer announced plans to roll-out one new localised released every month for the remainder of the year, as the firm focuses on key regions to secure future growth.
The first entrant as part of the new slots strategy is a Red Dragon suite of of Asia-focused games, specifically designed with the relevant market in mind.
Red Dragon’s collection of games is intended to enhance Betsoft’s content portfolio across the fast-developing Asian marketplace, with each title said to come complete with the fast-paced action that players in the region demand.