8th July 2021: iSoftBet, the leading online games supplier and content aggregator, has agreed a partnership with Skywind Group enabling its GAP platform customers to access the provider’s extensive slots catalogue.
Skywind joins a growing list of tier one providers to be part of iSoftBet’s Game Aggregation Platform (GAP) that offers the world’s leading operators more than 8,000 titles from 70 studios and the quickest route to market.
Founded in 2012, Skywind has a comprehensive portfolio of more than 350 games and powerful promotional tools that have been integrated by some of the world’s biggest brands.
iSoftBet’s GAP is one of the most comprehensive and flexible content aggregators on the market and has helped some of the biggest operators to swiftly and successfully access the latest regulated markets.
The GAP offering sits alongside iSoftBet’s robust proprietary portfolio, headlined by its growing Megaways™ and Hold & Win product ranges, including latest hit Hot Spin Megaways™ and smash hit Gold Digger, which is one of the highest performing releases by iSoftBet in recent years, seeing a 60% increase in bets compared to previous top performers.
The supplier’s continued focus on delivering games experiences that resonate with its three core pillars of Respect, Curiosity and Passion has seen it enjoy an extremely positive first half of the year, creating impressive games while forging key commercial partnerships.
The agreement is the latest high-profile partnership by iSoftBet with Skywind following hot on the heels of EGT Digital, SkillOnNet and Rootz.
iSoftBet, known throughout the industry as one of the most innovative and engaging content and platform suppliers, is currently active in 19 regulated markets.
Federica Faggiano, Chief Commercial Officer at iSoftBet, said: “We’re always looking to add more quality products to our industry-leading GAP content and partner studio portfolio, so we’re delighted to announce our partnership with Skywind, one of the most significant content developers of the last 10 years.”