iSoftBet, a leading online games supplier and content aggregator headquartered in London but with a presence in Malta, has signed an important strategic partnership with major operator PokerStars.

The deal will see iSoftBet’s complete portfolio go live with the brand, including top performing hits Gold Digger, Aztec Gold Extra Gold Megaways, and the classic Hot Spin title.

iSoftBet will also facilitate an exclusive launch of upcoming games Plunderin’ Pirates: Hold & Win and Rising Samurai, highlighting the close collaboration between both parties.

Both titles incorporate iSoftBet’s hugely popular Hold & Win mechanic, which is present in numerous standout hits in the provider’s offering.

PokerStars becomes the latest operator to partner with iSoftBet, which has experienced significant growth over the past year, signing key commercial deals in regulated markets across the globe, including Merkur Spiel and United Remote.

Federica Faggiano, chief commercial officer at iSoftBet, said: “PokerStars are a huge global brand and we’re thrilled to take our stable of games live with them.

“Having a name like PokerStars in our client portfolio is a huge statement of success for us, and we keep hitting new heights as a business.”

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