World Match Online Gambling Signs SoftGamings Content Deal

Published Saturday, February 25, 2017 -
World Match Online Gambling Signs SoftGamings Content Deal

The online betting industry has been developing new games since it was introduced to the gambling public many years ago. Software companies are many and they have been creating a competitive situation that has been driving innovation and excellence in the software field. Certain software suppliers have been striving to break the mold and inspire a different way of looking at traditional casino games.

Since 2003 Malta based software designers World Match has been supplying online casinos with their products. World Match’s solid reputation means it only partners with regulated online casinos. The software designer isn't that well know but has continued since its inception to invest in innovation. World Match offers 200 plus internet casino games, video poker, in HTML5, native iOS, and Android platforms. In 2012 World Match was the first software developer to produce games in high definition and to integrate them with popular social networks such as Facebook and others.

Recently World Match signed a deal with SoftGamings, an online gaming platform that supplies white label and turnkey casino solutions to various operators.

Softgamings co-founder Oleg Makovenko commented, “With this agreement we've reached a new stage in the growth of our vendors portfolio; we have great plans for launching World Match on our major and future brands,”

Andrea Boratto, executive director at World Match, continued to add, “We chose to partner with SoftGamings because their key market is CIS, while they also have a good position in Turkey, Greece and Eastern Europe.

“This agreement is part of a broader commercial strategy, since we're always willing to head towards new market

“We'll start to work at the integration shortly and our technological department will be at SoftGamings’ complete disposal during the whole process, in order to go live as quickly as possible.”



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