Leading land-based casino network Princess Casinos International is launching an online gaming and sports betting website by teaming up with two online gaming software providers.
“We analyzed the recent growth of Internet gaming market and realized that it’s time to move forward with an online version of our casino,” said Princess Casino International General Manager Güven Eraslan, who is eager to announce the official debut of Princess Star Online.
The partnership of the casino network with Bitcoin casino software and game supplier SoftSwiss and sports betting software provider Betting’s brings forth the gambling products and services of the network’s 36 casinos currently operating in Europe, South America, Asia, and Africa into the online world, targeting its existing players in its land-based locations as well as potential customers who prefer wagering via the Internet.
“We have been looking for a reliable partner to deliver a high-quality software platform, a broad range of games, as well as legal and financial infrastructure for our gaming business,” added Eraslan, who pointed out that his company had prioritized distinct qualities, namely small-scale, flexible, innovative, and forward-looking, while going through the possible companies considered for the partnership.
SoftSwiss, an Austrian-based software and game provider, will be in charge of the gaming platform PrincessStar will run on, which includes the wide range of games to be hosted. Included in the selection are the traditional varieties of roulette, card games, video poker, and slots from Amatic and SoftSwiss.
This gaming software company is also responsible for making all casino games mobile-compliant and operational in different platforms.
Meanwhile, Betting’s, a Swiss iGaming software company, has been tasked to provide the sportsbook software for the smooth crossover of Princess Casino International to the online gaming scene. The addition of sports betting in the online casino enables players to place live bets on a myriad of sport events—a huge leap, given that only a number of the network’s land-based casinos are accepting sports bets.