In April 2019, iSoftBet signed a deal with Australian casino software provider, Big Time Gaming. Like many rival providers, the agreement made with BTG allows iSoftBet to utilise the software developer’s MegaWays gaming engine and incorporate it into their slots.
The Megaways™ engine allows for a random number of paylines to appear on each spin (up to several thousand). It has proven an instant success and rival providers such as Blueprint Gaming, NextGen Gaming and Red Tiger, amongst others, have likewise signed up to a similar deal.
Almost all modern iSoftBet developed slots are mobile-friendly, and their games have been designed to ensure that they are compatible with other casino software platforms. The games they produce are iTech Labs certified, and many of those games feature 3D graphics. In fact, 3D slots are something of iSoftBet’s forte.
Players can expect a wealth of paylines, and nifty special features in iSoftBet slots. Free spins and wilds are standard in their releases, while cheap and affordable gameplay also seems to be an ever-present factor in the software provider’s games.
In the last few years, iSoftBet has rapidly undertaken changes to their games. Many of their most notable releases are now linked to big brands, and these include games such as Basic Instinct, Beverly Hills 90210, Rambo and Rango. Other titles are quirky and clearly based on top franchises even if they don’t have a license with those brands to produce games. Naturally, we’re talking about games such as Happy Birds (no doubt inspired by Angry Birds) and others.
We always like to see more slot developers enter the Megaways™ market and see what new and fresh ideas they will bring. iSoftBet have the potential to be a major player in the Megaways™ niche with their innovative ideas of what to do with the engine, and the courage to be the first to try something new. We will continue to look forward to what they will bring to the growing collection of Megaways™ titles, and hope their fresh approach to the market encourages more creative ideas from other developers.
Review by Nigel Hall
23 Years Gambling Industry Experience
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