UK-based online casino software provider, Iron Dog Studio, has reportedly premiered its full games suite with online casino operator NetBet.
Made possible by iSoftBet’s Game Aggregation Platform (GAP), the integration enables NetBet Casino players access to Iron Dog Studio’s broad range of popular slots, which can all be experienced on desktop and mobile.
Part of the 1X2 Network, Iron Dog Studio has made a name for itself by developing and designing slots with complex mechanics and smart math. Included are such titles as Blood Queen, Rainbow Wilds and the recently released, Wai-kiki, along with creative table games like Roulette Diamond.
Commenting on the launch, Chief Operating Officer for 1X2 Network, Kevin Reid, communicated that NetBet Casino is among the most trusted and popular operators in the market and that they are “thrilled’ to offer games from their iron Dog Studio to their online operator’s players.
“Our games provide something different. They combine intelligent math and cutting edge mechanics with visuals and sound that packs a punch, delivering an unrivalled experience to players. We think they will be a huge with hit NetBet’s customers,” said Reid.
For its part, NetBet Casino games content manager, Gavin Wong, said that they are constantly updating their game portfolio in order to offer the “most exciting” table games and slots, and Iron Dog Studio “is the perfect fit.” Wong added that the developer’s games are “bold and unique” and allow them to offer their players “something different.”
“In addition, integrating them via iSoftBet’s game aggregation platform ensured the process was smooth and seamless, and was completed in next to no time,” said Wong.
Also commenting on the content integration, head of business development for iSoftbet, Michael Probert, said, “This is another great example of the power and flexibility of our game aggregation platform, and we are pleased to have been able to help Iron Dog Studios launch with NetBet Casino.”
Earlier this year, Iron Dog Studio penned a similar deal with leading online casino operator Videoslots, owned by Malta-based parent company Panda Media Ltd.