3D games developer BetSoftGaming is set to move into the land-based casino market through a deal with Spanish operator Codere, which will see the supplier’s slots made available in the operator’s venues across the world.

BetSoft’s Slots3 collection will go live in Codere’s casinos in Spain and Latin America, with the company’s head of product development Anthony Locke commenting he was “very proud of the significance” of the deal.

Locke described Codere as “widely known and respected as one of the best operations in the industry, with an enormous player base and a broad international presence.”

“This is a tremendous opportunity, to bring the power and impact of our true 3D cinematic games to Codere's many land-based locations,” he added.

Codere chief technology officer Felipe Ludeña said BetSoft was “the clear industry leader in cinematic 3D slots gaming,” and that the operator was “eager to bring the entire collection of these exceptional games to [its] land-based casinos.”

“Never before have our clients experienced the thrill of high quality, unprecedented 3D video slots,” Ludeña continued. “This will give us an extremely competitive advantage in the market, leading us to greater heights of client satisfaction and retention.”

News of the partnership follows the publication of Codere’s third quarter results, which revealed a 12 per cent decline in group revenues for the three month period.

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