News From The Casino Scene and Betsoft Gaming in Partnership Agreement and Betsoft Gaming in Partnership Agreement

On January 1st of 2012, Denmark became one of the first countries in Europe to regulate online gambling. Operators who wished to cater to Danish players would have to purchase a license for around €33,000 and would be allowed to offer gambling to Danish people, in Danish text on .dk domains.

One of the companies who bought the license from the start and experienced significant growth over the years is, who announced a new partnership agreement with Betsoft Gaming today.

The agreement between the two parties will see SpilleHallen integrating the full suite of cinematic games from Betsoft Gaming. SpilleHallen has previously only offered their own proprietary slots, but decided to go with Betsoft Gaming’s games due to their quality and their mobile ability.

“To be partnering with Spillehallen is an exceptional opportunity,” said Betsoft’s Matt Avison. “Their command of the Danish market is incredible, and we’re very excited to see our full suite offered by one of the most popular operators in Denmark. We know that their large player base will enjoy our true 3D cinematic games.”

“The sheer quality of Betsoft’s catalog makes it a must have for any successful operation today,” said Peter Bregnhøj of Spillehallen. “The games are very beautiful but perhaps more importantly than that, the gameplay is smooth and inviting. We are assured that such content will keep coming, and since integration of that content is so easy, we will always be offering something new and exciting to our players, old and new alike.”

News by Daniel Allermand
Daniel Allermand - Reporter

Daniel Allermand is a freelance writer, with more than 4 years of experience in the industry as an operator, affiliate and poker player. Daniel has decided it was time to try and bring more coverage about the industry to the general public by writing articles about everything from poker to casino.


Connect with Daniel Allermand via: |

All rights reserved.