Malta-licensed gaming operator ComeOn has agreed a deal with 3D slots developer BetSoftGaming to launch the supplier’s full portfolio of online and mobile games across its three brands.

ComeOn will launch BetSoft’s Slots3 series of desktop games and ToGo collection of mobile games on its, and domains. 

The games will be rolled out on each site over the course of Q1 2014.

“We are very pleased to be taking on this innovative game package from BetSoftGaming,” ComeOn London managing director Hans Martin Nakkim commented. “We have all sorts of players at Comeon and we are thrilled to be able to offer these beautiful 3D games for their enjoyment, both on desktop and mobile devices.”

Nakkim added that the launch was “an important” move for the company, as the games perfectly complemented ComeOn’s existing offering.

BetSoft’s head of product development Anthony Locke said the supplier was “extremely proud” to partner ComeOn, and looked forward to enjoying a “fulfilling business relationship” with the operator.

In related news, BetSoft has launched Good Girl, Bad Girl, the latest slot to be added to its Slots3 series of desktop slots. The supplier claims the slot is the first to feature dual maths models in a single game.

Good Girl, Bad Girl is a 5-reel, 30-line 3D slot, featuring good and evil avatars, allowing players to play two slots simultaneously.

Locke explained that Slots3 was an evolving platform, and said the company was constantly looking to innovate with new games.

“Good Girl, Bad Girl, with its multiple ways to achieve wins, is a prime example of this,” he continued. "Nowhere else in the industry will you find such an attractive slot game with multiple math models that broaden the gameplay experience in this way.”