International igaming operator GML Interactive, which runs the Stoiximan and Betano brands, is set to go live with the iSoftBet 150-strong proprietary slots and table games portfolio, as well as its Game Aggregation Platform (GAP), complete with more than 3000 titles from 46 providers.

Stoiximan and Betano will gain access to slots including Hot Spin, The Dalai Panda and latest blockbuster release Book of Immortals.

The Greek operator will also be able to take advantage of a series of advanced marketing and real-time gamification tools as part of the GAP agreement including iSoftBet’s latest innovation ‘In-Game’.

In-Game allows operators to use a series of cutting-edge customer engagement features that enhance the player experience and significantly boost retention rates. This includes jackpots, leaderboards based on achievements or points, or rewards in the form of cash bonuses or free rounds, symbol-based promotions across not only all iSoftBet games, but also more than 3,000 game titles available via iSoftBet’s GAP.

Headlining the In-Game tool is the inclusion of real-time leaderboards, allowing players to track their progress against others while still playing their favourite game, all in real-time, and available across a multitude of devices.

Michael Probert, Chief Commercial Officer at iSoftBet, said: “Stoiximan is one of South Eastern Europe’s leading operators and we’re delighted to partner with them across both our GAP platform and our leading proprietary content. They operate in several rapidly emerging markets and this is a fantastic opportunity to both extend and further enhance our presence across a wide variety of regulated territories.”

John Kalamvokis, Head of Casino at GML Interactive (Stoiximan and Betano), added: “iSoftBet is well-known for producing best-performing games and generating significant revenues for its customers via its own games and its GAP platform. We are delighted to be partnering with them and look forward to a prosperous working relationship and growth across our markets.”