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Online and mobile casino software provider iSoftBet has agreed a content-based partnership alongside NoAccountCasino, which is set to see a selection of titles integrated into the operators platform.

The boost to the Nordic-facing and Malta licensed firm is to come from a number of iSoftBet’s best performing games, such as Chilli Chilli Bang Bang, Super Fast Hot Hot Respin and latest release The Dalai Panda.

“iSoftBet is renowned for the quality of its games, particularly across regulated markets where its titles are proven performers,” Marcus Lilliehöök, chief executive officer at NoAccountCasino.

“iSoftBet consistently adds top-tier proprietary content to its games portfolio, and we have no doubt this partnership will be extremely successful going forward.”

Furthermore, NoAccountCasino is to also gain access to the iSoftBet game aggregation platform, enabling entry to in excess of 2,000 titles from over 45 third-party suppliers, using a one time integration process.

Certified in more than 12 countries, iSoftBet also details that NoAccountCasino will also be complemented by “a range of cutting-edge marketing tools and gamification features, enabling operators to efficiently manage a variety of game elements, including bonuses and free rounds, from one back office”.

Michael Probert, chief commercial officer at iSoftBet, commented: “We are thrilled to partner with NoAccountCasino, one of the most dynamic and disruptive brands in the Nordic region.

“It is an exciting time for operators in Finland and Sweden, and we are delighted to add our leading portfolio of more than 150 table and slot games to NoAccountCasino’s expanding offering.”

The organisation is currently undertaking a period of growth in both regulated, and soon to be regulated markets, following a recent deal which saw expansions within Georgia alongside Leader-Bet.

iSoftBet also states that it is in the process of securing game and platform certification across several established and emerging territories including Malta, Sweden, the Czech Republic and Bulgaria.