Isle of Man based software developer established in 2006; Iforium, has announced that it has struck a new deal with Malta based virtual sports provider including 3D and HD; Golden Race in a partnership agreement that will see the firms entire portfolio of games, including slots, live games and virtual sports become available to customers through Gameflex.
Iforium’s trademarked Gameflex product is an multi-award winning casino aggregator platform delivers the largest casino and gaming portfolio in the industry with a focus on the regulated markets, with a flexible and highly scalable API based casino platform with optional bonus and loyalty engines.
Chief executive officer of Iforium Phil Parry commented on the deal:
“I am delighted to confirm our partnership with Golden Race and I welcome their addition to our Gameflex portfolio, particularly in this time of limited sporting action. Golden Race are undoubtedly one of the leading providers of virtual content in the industry and this integration supports our goal of offering the very best content to our operator base across all gaming verticals.”
The Gameflex casino aggregation platform delivers a complete casino and gaming solution that gives operators the ability to instantly add the most popular online titles to their casino portfolio via a rapid integration between Gameflex and the operator platform. Leading partner gaming brands include; 1x2gaming, Betsoft, Evolution Gaming, Endorphina, IGT, Microgaming, NetEnt and Red Tiger among others.
Martin Wachter of Golden Race also shared his thoughts on the partnership:
“This alliance marks a huge incorporation to our team of partners. We are stronger together because, thanks to this agreement, all our games and virtual sports are already fully integrated in Gameflex – and made available for more clients in more markets.”
Golden Race portfolio includes virtual, live and HD games, virtual sports in 3D and HD and online betting shops as well as support services. The firm offers a distribution channel via satellite to rich areas with poor internet connectivity.