Online casino and betting operator Soft2Bet is eyeing the Japanese online gambling market. The casino operator has confirmed that it will go live in Japan with its ALFCasino brand. This would be the first time Soft2Bet would be offering its products to Japanese customers.
The gambling operator has also said that it will launch its entire portfolio of online casino games and will take special care to cater to the taste of the customers in what it says is a very “important market.”
The online casino operator has partnered with gaming content supplier Evolution Gaming. It will provide the operator with multiple versions of Baccarat, Dragon Tiger and dice games.
The game titles would be launched with the “already extensive portfolio of Roulettes, Blackjack tables, and Game Shows – Live Casino games with a presenter, such as Money Wheel, Monopoly, Deal or No Deal.”
Soft2Bet has also said that they would be offering players the luxury to choose from top local payment services providers including Ecopayz, StickPay and Venus Point.
Teodora Breskovska, Head of Casino at Soft2Bet, said: “We are thrilled to be entering Japan with AlfCasino, the first brand in our portfolio to be available in this exciting market.
“Looking forward, we are planning to expand our offering to the customers with more games by more software suppliers, as well as a greater variety of promotions to reward the customer’s loyalty.!”
Japan is also poised to launch casinos – three of them in the first phase. While the process to host a casino is already ongoing, gambling operators from across the globe are vying for a casino license in Japan.
Also, the country is expected to be a prospective casino gambling hot spot. According to analysts at Sanford C. Bernstein, the Japanese casino gambling market could chip in $8 billion in revenues making it the third-largest only after Macau and Nevada.