iSoftBet Wants Growth in 2017 After Successful 2016Published February 3, 2017 by Mike P
iSoftBet will try to maintain its upward trajectory through ambitious plans for the forthcoming ICE Totally Gaming 2017 conference in February.
When reflecting on 2016, iSoftBet described its year as transformational for the igaming software provider. Along with debuting blockbuster slot content, iSoftBet also took major strides forward by securing additional remote gaming licences and working with new igaming operators.
Things have been going well for the London-based software provider, but iSoftBet is not content to relax, having announced in a press release that it will present ambitious plans for the coming year at ICE Totally Gaming 2017 in early February.
Seeking Fresh Partnerships
In 2017, iSoftBet has stated that the acquisition of new operating partners will be pivotal to the on-going growth of the company. As a result, iSoftBet has openly admitted its plans for ICE 2017 to be a time when new partnerships are secured. To make this happen, iSoftBet will be showcasing its existing and forthcoming gaming content.
iSoftBet’s Game Aggregation Platform (GAP) could draw attention for its ability to share access to a catalogue of more than 1,000 games. And these have been gathered together from some familiar software studios, including outfits such as Amatic, MrSlotty, and Pragmatic Play.
The game collection is also growing stronger through iSoftBet’s continued investment in licensing and development. This has resulted in the creation of branded slots like Paranormal Activity and Platoon Wild, while the original slots include titles like Cloud Tales and Slammin’ 7s.
New Licences Coming
Armed with such a strong base of licences, iSoftBet made further strides in 2016 by securing additional licences from remote gaming authorities in Hungary and Romania. In 2017, iSoftBet has already revealed that it plans to seek out licences in other regulated markets.
iSoftBet can be found at stand N5-240 of the ICE exhibition from 7-9 February 2017.