NSoft has announced that it will offer its portfolio of virtual and draw-based games free of charge to operators, in order to assist businesses and partners affected by the outbreak of Coronavirus.
The Bosnia-based igaming solutions provider will suspend payment across its customer base, in order to both mitigate the “tremendous” impact Covid-19 is having on the industry and enable brands to accelerate their move online.
“We have always taken pride in our work with all our partners across the globe and we have always tried to be there for them when they need us,” said senior VP of sales and business development Ivan Rozic. “During these gloomy times, we literally want to put our money where our mouth is.”
“All our current and new partners using our virtuals online will not be charged a single Euro from 1 April to 1 June. Hopefully, we will get through this together and end up being even stronger.”
The company confirmed that “no setup fees, no minimum monthly fees and no monthly revenue share invoices,” will be charged for the two month period.
Operators will therefore be able to access NSoft’s virtual library, including virtual football, horse racing and basketball, as well as draw-based games Keno 20/80 and Lucky Six at no cost.
The suspension of fees applies to all businesses who have completed the application form before 31 March, and comes ahead of a predicted expansion in virtual sports uptake due to the widespread cancellation of international sporting events.