iSoftBet Receives UKGC CertificationPublished December 6, 2015 by Vlad G
iSoftBet will continue to offer its full collection of casino games in the UK after getting accredited by the regulatory body.
The popular software provider iSoftBet has received a level 3 certification for its entire collection of casino games from the main regulatory body in the United Kingdom. This gives it the ability to continue offering its services within the market after getting an initial approval last year.
The UK Gambling Commission issued a continuation license for iSoftBet in November 2014 with the condition to bring the entire gaming suit offered by the company to a level 3 compliance standard in the next 12 months. The compliance manager for iSoftBet, Mark Halstead, was pleased to announce that level 3 accreditation has been acquired.
A full collection of great games
iSoftBet has a lot of great casino games in its collection and continues to release new titles for a bigger and better portfolio. The latest addition to the list is Astro Magic HD and it joins other popular titles like 24, Neon Reels, Happy Birds, BeWitched, Ambiance and Ninja Chef.
Cutting-edge graphics and animations make sure to represent the theme in detail on the reels and alongside them, while agreements with big movie studios allows the software developer to create slot machines based on blockbuster movies like Rambo, Rango, The Love Guru and Basic Instinct.
Most of the games in the collection are slot machines but there are also a few table games available which were designed to be realistic and entertaining. Mobile versions are offered for a good part of the titles.
Playing iSoftBet games
With the certification now secured, players can continue to enjoy games from iSoftBet at top casinos like 10bet Casino, Real Deal Bet Casino and Casino 777. There are demo versions offered for most of the games in order to get a sample of the action for free.
iSoftBet will continue to create new titles and this also marks the beginning of a new growth period for the company, according to the Halstead.