Genii joins iSoftBet’s list of third party clients as its content has been added to the Game Aggregation Platform (GAP). A history of 15 years in the business has led to Genii’s technological advancements such as Spin16 and i3D slots.
Spin16 video slots make it possible for players to spin the reels in any direction to establish a truly customized gaming session. Titles featuring this capability include Age of Spartans, Big Game, Elementium and Horn of Plenty.
i3D games alter gameplay by adding a new dimension with 3D animated symbols and environments. Arcadia debuted this innovation, but be patient, there are additional titles in the pipeline.
The iSoftBet GAP currently boasts over 25 software providers, which have come together to create a large collection of gambling treasures.
Nick Barr, Sales Director at Genii, commented, “Genii continues to penetrate the casino vertical and the demand for more interactive and engagement in games is testament to Genii’s growth. The partnership with iSoftBet allows the multitude of operators using GAP to be able to access our games and further increases Genii’s reach across the globe.”
Michael Probert, Head of Business Development at iSoftBet, added, “GAP continues to move from strength to strength, with an increasing number of players accessing its third-party games every month. The addition of Genii‘s pioneering games will only enhance our platform.
“We strive hard to maintain the balance between the quality and quantity of the content we offer, and I truly believe our players appreciate the effort we put in to keep bringing them new and impressive titles.”
jade 6 years ago
This is different than any casino games that I have ever played. I believe I read an article here at LCB about this very thing, but it's been a longtime and I don't think the technology was ready to be released at the time. I still wonder how exactly the spin direction is executed . For instance, can you spin the...
This is different than any casino games that I have ever played. I believe I read an article here at LCB about this very thing, but it's been a longtime and I don't think the technology was ready to be released at the time. I still wonder how exactly the spin direction is executed . For instance, can you spin the reels one at a time, in whatever direction you choose or do you just pick a direction and then hit spin and all the reels spin as they usually do. Americans get to play very few new, innovative software's that it still maybe a long time before we get games like this. I'm not complaining , only wish we could get the same games as everyone else.........Show more
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