Software developer Tom Horn Gaming has secured a deal with iSoftBet which will enable them to continue their expansion across the European gaming market. This agreement will see Tom Horn’s full range of mobile and online gaming casino integrated into the prominent mobile and online casino games supplier iSoftBet’s Game Aggregation Platform.
iSoftbet currently has on its network around 60 leading gaming operators and this now new addition of Tom Horn’s unique portfolio of casino games will boost the software developer’s reach across Europe. This is the second high-profile partnership for Tom Horn recently and in the next few days, they plan to introduce brand new video spots to main operators which will be powered by iSoftBet’s Game Aggregation Platform.
CEO of Tom Horn Gaming Ondrej Lapides commented on their latest deal saying “The partnership with iSoftBet is a key success for Tom Horn Gaming and we are extremely happy that they will be offering our full portfolio to some of the largest and most successful e-gaming operators. We’re excited to be working with them and believe that this agreement will lead us to additional partnerships and create opportunities to forge innovative relationships with new clients.”
Head of Business Development of iSoftBet Michael Probert explained how proud they were to have partnered up with Tom Horn Gaming, a renowned company for its tailor-made games for every market and their customised approach. He went on to say that they will have access to Tom Horn’s two new unique games ‘Don Juan’s Peppers’ and ‘Geisha’s Fan’s’, a brand new game that will be released at the end of September and available to their main operators. Multi-resolution, modern cross-platform casino games like these he said are extremely popular and he believes they are a great addition to their Game Aggregation Platform.
Tom Horn continues to expand its reach in 2016 with a landmark deal with Lithuania’s TOPsport only last month and now this new partnership with iSoftBet as well as other new collaborations that are due to be finalised later this year.