iSoftBet reinforces Latin American footprint with Doradobet partnership

30 June 2021
(PRESS RELEASE) -- iSoftBet, the leading slots supplier and aggregation platform provider, has significantly strengthened its presence in Latin America after signing a content agreement with major regional operator Dorado Bet.
Integrated via the Virtualsoft platform, Doradobet customers will enjoy a comprehensive collection of leading Hold & Win and Megaways games with iSoftBet’s diverse portfolio offering a full suite of captivating titles.
Doradobet will also access iSoftBet’s collection of player engagement solutions, headlined by iNgame complete with real-time tournaments and multiple ways to retain slots fans and maximize their experiences.
The Latin America expansion comes as the supplier continues to grow its remit in markets across the globe. iSoftBet is currently present in 19 regulated markets and has many more in the pipeline as its slots and platform products grow in popularity worldwide.
The deal also marks yet another positive commercial step for iSoftBet, with the provider previously integrating content with other operators in the area.
Lars Kollind, Head of Business Development, at iSoftBet, said: “Latin America is a rapidly growing market at the start of its regulatory journey that has enormous potential, and we’re delighted to grow in the area with Doradobet.”
Augusto Pflucker, Director at Doradobet, said: “iSoftBet boasts a premium content offering, from its highly engaging Twisted Tales series to the thrilling Aztec Gold and Hot Spin collections, while it continues to push the boundaries of innovation in every slot.
“We’re delighted to agree to this deal and eager to see how our customers respond to iSoftBet’s engaging games.”
Jose Luis Osorio Betancur, Business Manager at Virtualsoft, said: “We’re very pleased to facilitate this integration of iSoftBet’s leading content onto the Doradobet online casino. It marks an important milestone for all parties and we’re extremely eager to see how far this partnership can progress.”