Soft2Bet, the casino and sportsbook platform provider, has teamed up with Gaming Realms to strengthen its casino games offering.

Online gaming and entertainment solutions provider 888 Holdings has reached an agreement with Gaming Realms that is to see the integration of the developer’s igaming suite onto its online casino platform.

As a result of the deal 888 Casino players are to be able to access “a wide range of interactive games” via desktop, mobile, and tablet devices, with Gaming Realms’ content expanding its reach across regulated markets in the United Kingdom, Europe and beyond.

Michael Buckley, executive chairman of Gaming Realms, said of the agreement: “Today’s announcement reaffirms our strategy to continue developing and expanding our partnerships with the world’s leading gaming brands. 

“As one of the world’s most popular online gaming providers with an established global user base, 888 provides the perfect fit for Gaming Realms as we focus on creating new and exciting games and bringing these to a greater international audience. We are extremely pleased to have extended our agreement and look forward to continuing to work closely with the team at 888.” 

Following the agreement, 888 Casino players will enjoy access to a selection of titles, including Slingo originals such as Monopoly Slingo, Slingo Extreme, Slingo Britain’s Got Talent, Slingo Rainbow Riches, Slingo Cascade, Slingo X Factor, Slingo Who Wants to Be a Millionaire, and Slingo Riches.  

Guy Cohen, SVP of B2C at 888, said: “Our partnership with Gaming Realms is terrific news for 888 Casino players. We are always looking to cement bonds with the world’s finest software providers, offering innovative solutions for our customers. Slingo in particular has been a sensation among players and we are pleased to ensure its place on the 888 Casino site.”

Last month 888 Holdings pledged increased commitment and activity towards safer gambling, with continuous improvements to be felt across three core areas.

This comes as the company delivers a financial report for the period ending December 31, 2019, which saw a 58.3 per cent drop pre-tax profit to $45.3m (2018: $108.7m) despite group record revenue of $560.3m (2018: $529.9m).

Recently introducing its proprietary safe gambling software, it follows 888 committing to its new corporate social responsibility framework centred around the three key focus segments under its ‘Safer. Better. Together.’ strategy.