iSoftBet announces attendance at three shows

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Leading online and mobile casino content provider iSoftBet has a full conference schedule to round off the year, and will set up shop at three of the industry’s largest events over the next two months.

 

The supplier will be exhibiting at EiG Berlin (30 October-1 November), the Macau Gaming Show (14-16 November) (pictured), and SiGMA (22-25 November), with its senior management team on hand to meet with delegates.  

At each conference, iSoftBet will use the events to showcase the latest additions to its expanding game portfolio, including its most recent hit, Disco Double.

Michael Probert, head of business development at iSoftBet, said: “We have a packed conference schedule to round off what has been a very successful year for iSoftBet and our partners.

“We are always excited by the chance to meet with operators, and to showcase our fantastic suite of blockbuster games, powerful Game Aggregation Platform, and first-class service offering.

“It is also a great opportunity to launch the innovative features and products we have been working on throughout the year, and look forward to talking about them with delegates at each conference.”

At EiG, delegates will be able to learn more about the supplier’s recently enhanced Free Rounds tool; the feature is not limited to iSoftBet’s games, and is available across all third-party content integrated into its Game Aggregation Platform.

In addition, the supplier’s full suite of games will be on show, including its branded slots and table games.

iSoftBet’s stand at the Macau Gaming Show (AV32) will be twice the size as last year. The focus will be on its new HTML5 development framework, Pulse, which offers a superior user experience and lightning-fast load times.

This year marks the second time that iSoftBet has exhibited at SiGMA, and it returns with an even bigger diary than the previous year, offering more meeting slots with operators and delegates.


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