Betsoft Gaming partners with HBet63 in new deal

Betsoft Gaming have announced that they have signed a partnership deal with a new Asian-facing operator HBet63.

HBet63 primarily focusses on the market covering China, Singapore and Malaysia.

Under the terms of the partnership, HBet63 will be taking on Betsoft’s complete suite of iGaming entertainment, including the award-winning Slots3 collection of cinematic 3D video slots and the best-in-class ToGo line of mobile games.

Betsoft’s Shift platform, designed and built by in-house developers, uses the power of the HTML5 markup language to provide smoother, high definition graphics and more secure gameplay with reduced file sizes.

“HBet63 is a new face in the Asian market, but they are already an extremely promising operator,” said Joya Zhang of Betsoft. “We foresee a fruitful partnership with them as they expand in iGaming’s most active market. They provide great customer service, which is critical in our business.”

“We are excited to take on Betsoft’s full collection of games for both mobile and desktop players,” said Vincent Yao of HBet63. “We’ve never before seen games that run so smoothly, with such beautiful intense graphics. These games will surely find great popularity with our players, and they will help us to build a solid operation.”

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