Valletta, Malta, headquartered Betsoft Gaming has strengthened its European presence, after striking a content deal alongside Carousel.be.
Forming the latest step in an ongoing European expansion effort, this latest strategic content partnership is to see enhancement be brought across Belgium.
The new deal covers a number of titles from the growing Betsoft portfolio, including dice slot variants specifically tailored for the Belgian regulated market.
Francesca Raniolo, sales executive for Betsoft Gaming, commented: “With the largest portfolio of dice-based content in its home country, Carousel.be prides itself on offering quality and variety to players, and we are proud to have been chosen to add dice versions of our marquee titles from our slots3 stable to their offering.”
After operating a land-based casino for more than two decades, Carousel.be entered online gaming in 2012, and is striving to become “the de facto destination for players of dice slots and dice games in Belgium,” which are two key content areas for the operator.
The agreement also lays the foundation for the integration of further content over time, something that could support Carousel’s plans to explore new markets in the near future.
“As a big fan of Betsoft’s games, personally, I am thrilled to be able to add their content to our portfolio,” added Pieter Verhaeghe, online operations manager for Carousel.be.
“I believe our players will share my enthusiasm for the games covered by this agreement, and I also speak for the entire Carousel team when I say that I look forward to a long and productive partnership between our two businesses.”
This follows the casino content developer announcing a strengthening of its international presence, after entering into agreement with Bethard.
The strategic content partnership will see the betting and gaming operator integrate a wide range of Betsoft’s “signature cinematic slot games”, including Faerie Spells, Chillipop and a number of others from its Slots3 series, all of which will become available to Bethard players in Germany and Sweden, in addition to further European jurisdictions.