VSoftCo moves into South American market with IVISA deal

VSoftCo moves into South American market with IVISA deal

Friday, March 17, 2017
IVISA is a leading provider of lottery solutions in Argentina

VSoftCo has taken its complete portfolio of virtual football content into South America, after entering a multi-year agreement with Impresora Internacional de Valores S.A (IVISA), a leading provider of lottery solutions in Argentina.

Under the terms of the agreement, VSoftCo will act as lead supplier of virtual sports content to IVISA syndicated retail outlets and online properties. The partnership will include all virtual football products, including the integration of VSoftCo’s new ‘league format’ system, which offers over 3000 betting options in every game.

The deal showcases the global nature of the VSoftCo business, which has also seen the company open a strategic commercial office in Hong Kong, work on motion capture filming at Sheffield United and integrate its virtual football content for Inbet Games, the largest terminal network in the CIS region.

Managing Director Simon Westbury told TotallyGaming.com: “Having expanded our gaming portfolio with Inbet’s leading lottery games, we were drawn to working with another supplier in the licensed lottery and gaming space. It is exciting for us to expand into Argentina for the first time and use our BSE system to deploy a full suite of virtual content online.

“The three-year deal is another big step for the company, as we aim to position ourselves at the forefront of virtual sports betting across the globe. VSoftCo now has customers and distribution partnerships covering the UK, CIS, Italy, Africa, Asia and Latin America.”

Totally Gaming says: By signing multi-year deals with Inbet Games for the CIS region and IVISA in South America within just a few weeks, VSoftCo has demonstrated a desire to stay at the forefront of virtual sports betting by taking its suite of products across the globe.

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