Betsoft, a leading casino software provider has just signed a multi-year extension deal with Leonbet, a CIS-focused gambling and sports betting operator. Leonbets has for the past two years, provided Betsoft’s award-winning content which resulted in the casino getting more revenue. The recent agreement which happened on August 6, 2019, further strengthens the two parties’ partnership. Leonbets is also set to go live with Betsoft’s Gold Canyon slot which was launched recently. In addition to that, it will launch a host of new Betsoft content scheduled to premier later this year including titles; Gemmed and Wolf Moon Rising. Read more on the story below.
Betsoft’s Deal with Leonbets
This week, Betsoft agreed to continue supplying Leonbets with an excellent gaming library. Dmitry Popov, who’s the casino manager at Leonbets expressed his excitement about the deal, saying “we’ve been delighted with our partnership over the last two years and we’re thrilled to extend this further to create a longstanding agreement.
We are extremely customer focused and constantly strive to improve our products and player experience, and Betsoft’s new and exciting range of content will further strengthen our casino product and continue to enable us to differentiate from our competitors,” Popov added.
Leonbets will go live with Betsoft’s new Gold Canyon slot and other forthcoming titles towards the end of this year.
Betsoft Gaming’s markerting director, Annamaria Anastasi weighed in saying” “We’ve had a fantastic relationship with Leonbets ever since we began working with them. Today’s announcement is a natural progression of that work and one we’re very much looking forward to extending for many years to come.
This year has seen us partner with some of the industry’s biggest names and we have plenty more to come.”
Betsoft’s Other Recent Achievements
Just a week ago, Betsoft inked a deal with Casino Grand Madrid. The gaming software provider will provide the casino with a number of its popular titles. Meanwhile last month it signed a similar agreement with the OGaming Group. The provider continues to grow globally.
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