Relax Gaming has expanded its position throughout Europe as it links-up with NetBet, integrating via iSoftBet’s aggregation platform.

Relax Gaming has expanded its position throughout Europe as it links-up with NetBet, integrating via iSoftBet’s aggregation platform. 

Launching its proprietary and partner studios’ content in Germany and Romania via the deal, the group will also offer its Powered by Relax and Silver Bullet platform partners’ content. 

“Relax’s games are proven performers and we’re delighted to add them to our casino offering, which now provides even greater variety to our players,” commented Claudia Georgevici, PR manager at NetBet. 

“We look forward to seeing their intuitive designs and innovative gameplay draw new players to NetBet in Romania and Germany, thanks to this agreement.”

In addition to the aforementioned details, the deal between Relax and NetBet will see the operator host the supplier’s portfolio of slots, including Top Dawg$, Volatile Vikings and Money Train 2. 

Daniel Eskola, CCO at Relax Gaming, added: “We have a track record for pushing the boundaries in game development and product delivery, and we are confident that our reputation will grow even further thanks to this new partnership with iSoftBet.

“It shines a light on the value that Relax brings to the table to both operators and the studios we work with, delivering top-level content quickly and easily. We are excited about this deal blossoming in the coming months.”

Lauded as one of Germany and Romania’s “most popular online casinos”, NetBet also holds licences in the UK, Malta, Romania, Italy, Greece, and Mexico and covers slots, live casino and table games. 

Commenting on the partnership, Denisa Csepregi, commercial aggregation manager at iSoftBet, explained: “Our aggregation platform brings huge amounts of quality to operators all over the world, and we’re very pleased to work with Relax Gaming to bring its content to NetBet. 

“We have a close working relationship with both parties, and we look forward to being able to maximise the potential of this partnership.”