Alderney-licensed 3D slots developer BetSoftGaming has agreed a partnership that will see its full portfolio of games launched across all brands owned by Gibraltar licensee Mansion Casino.

The games will be rolled out in stages, with BetSoft’s ToGo series of mobile slots launched for the operator’s brand, followed by its online Slots3 titles on the desktop site. The supplier’s games will then go live on the company’s other sites which include, as well as various country-specific domains for

BetSoft account manager Roger Admeus commented that Mansion shared his company’s core vision of “bringing only the highest quality iGaming experience to [its] players.”

“Their online operation is one of the largest and most popular in the world, and is the perfect setting for our true 3D top tier games,” Admeus explained. “We are absolutely thrilled to partner with another renowned leader in the industry, and we look forward to the future heights of success that we will reach together.”

A spokesperson for Mansion described BetSoft’s games as being built to a standard that is “unmatched” in the casino games sector.

“With the launch of these exceptional 3D video slots in both desktop and best of breed mobile, games that make the most of contemporary technology, we will continue to ensure that we are offering the greatest game diversity to our clientele.”

The deal is the latest to be announced by BetSoft in 2014, with a raft of partnerships to see the company’s games made available in a number of markets. Among the most notable partnerships are a deal with the Betsson-owned Dutch-facing site Kroon Casino ahead of the country’s iGaming market opening next year, and a partnership with Schleswig-Holstein licensee mybet.

BetSoft has also entered the Asian market through a partnership with Southeast Asian gambling operator Olé Group International.