Cashbet strikes deals with game developers, possible NJ move in the works

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Cashbet strikes deals with game developers, possible NJ move in the worksCashBet announced new partnerships with leading game providers including Aspect Gaming, iSoftBet and Revolver Gaming. The deals allow the California-based, Alderney-licensed company to have its premium, real-money online casino games incorporated into apps for PC, iOS and Android devices. This allows UK customers to access these games through apps powered by Cashbet’s platform.

“CashBet continues to build a high quality, diverse mobile gambling portfolio,” CashBet’s CEO and co-founder Dr. Mike Reaves said in a statement. “Our turnkey solution allows premium content providers like Macau-based Aspect Gaming, iSoftBet and Revolver Gaming to distribute their content through our next generation, mobile-first platform.”

Expanding the type and versatility of its content will allow CashBet to offer a variety of new content to its players. The deal also helps providers like Aspect Gaming, iSoftBet, and Revolver Gaming to open their game portfolios to new markets and new customers by using CashBet’s Game Development Kit (GDK), making it easy to comply with regulatory bodies, process real-money transactions, and verify players’ identities.

“These companies are making deeply engaging, differentiated games that can only be played for real-money online on the CashBet platform. CashBet handles the heavy lifting—from multi-jurisdictional compliance to security to player verification and banking—making it incredibly easy for developers to access highly-regulated online gambling markets,” Dr. Reaves added.

Having CashBet as a new partner is beneficial for Aspect Gaming, which already has a strong gaming presence in Asia but has yet to break through Western real-money online markets. Aspect Gaming CEO Justin Nguyen said that the partnership with CashBet opens the door for Aspect Gaming to distribute its games to protected online markets quickly.

In addition to these deals, CashBet also agreed to join forces with iSoftBet to seek gaming approval in New Jersey. CashBet’s transactional waiver eligibility makes the move to Garden State possible. The two companies will provide online gambling in Jersey using games content from iSoftBet that will be run through CashBet’s platform.


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