iSoftBet GAP platform powers SYNOT Games integration

Leading aggregation platform enables NetBet and 777 to instantly access SYNOT Games content portfolio with single integration

iSoftBet’s cutting-edge Game Aggregation Platform (GAP) has given major brands NetBet and 777 instant access to SYNOT Games’ in-house content portfolio of best-performing slots.

The highly flexible GAP platform, used by more than 100 of the industry’s leading international brands, enables operators to rapidly access and launch content from a selection of more than 3,500 slot and table games in a single integration.

Both NetBet and 777 can now access SYNOT Games’ content portfolio via GAP with the first delivery phase of video slots going live on Netbet.com and 777.be domains, and later followed by Netbet.ro and 777.es and others. SYNOT Games portfolio contains 40 original titles available in 24 languages and licensed and certified in several strategic territories including Malta, Denmark, Sweden and Portugal.

GAP offers online casinos a vast catalogue of games for any regulated market and player type sourced from 50 of the largest third-party suppliers, as well as a host of advanced marketing and real-time gamification tools, such as In-Game.

The platform and its content are certified in 16 of the world’s largest regulated and newly regulated territories and provide brands with the highest quality casino games and maximum speed to market.

Martina Hrabinská, CCO, SYNOT Games, said: “We are thrilled to release our games with premium operators like Netbet and 777, who hold such a prestigious name in the industry and among players. We are looking forward to successful cooperation which will surely bring us great results and increase our global footprint.”

Michael Probert, Chief Commercial Officer at iSoftBet, said: “GAP is the ideal casino content solution for both operators and suppliers to rapidly integrate, launch and showcase the best industry content, and we’re delighted with the success SYNOT has had in distributing their games to two leading brands.”