Betsoft pens Alea casino content deal

| By iGB Editorial Team

Casino content developer Betsoft Gaming has partnered with global casino operator Alea in a deal that will see its innovative slots portfolio available on the company’s flagship Slotsmillion brand.

Alea runs the igaming platform AleaPlay, which provides some 4,500 games to its operators in only one integration. Slotsmillion is its exclusive B2C brand and has became one of the pioneers of VR gaming. 

The agreement will see Betsoft’s full range of premium slot games, including latest releases Quest to the West and Back to Venus as well as hit titles Monster Pop and Take the Bank, available on Slotsmillion. 

The deal is the latest in a series of high-profile commercial agreements signed by Betsoft.

Betsoft’s content portfolio consists of more than 190 RNG titles complete with highly engaging and profitable math models proven to attract, engage and retain players.

Annamaria Anastasi, marketing director, Betsoft Gaming, said: “We are delighted to be working with Alea Gaming, which operates one of the most exciting gaming brands on the market in Slotsmillion, and we look forward to establishing a long-term partnership.

“We are consistently looking to grow our regulated market presence and Alea is a perfect partner for us as we look to achieve our aims as a business.”

Alex Tomic, co-founder at Alea, said: “We are thrilled to be able to offer Betsoft’s award-winning content to our customers. We look forward to a long and successful partnership with them.”

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