William Hill begins major iSoftBet rollout with Moriarty Megaways exclusive
William Hill has gone live with its first iSoftBet game, with the operator adding a stream of innovative, player-first content from the online and mobile casino supplier across 2021 and beyond.
iSoftBet’s latest addition to its Twisted Tales series, Moriarty Megaways will be exclusively available from today with William Hill for a two-week period across the UK with its players getting the Sherlock Holmes-inspired slot before the game goes on general release on 18th May.
Moriarty Megaways is the first of many iSoftBet games that will be available to William Hill players, with plans for a progressive content rollout in the coming months.
The supplier’s offering has been impressively expanded with a collection of Megaways and Hold & Win products in recent months.
iSoftBet has released nine Megaways titles in just 12 months, from the African adventure hit Majestic Megaways through to Aztec Gold Extra Gold Megaways, a sequel to its debut Megaways title, Aztec Gold Megaways.
iSoftBet’s Hold & Win games have been a huge commercial success in the last year with the provider integrating the mechanic into several of its latest hits including Gold Digger with the game generating 60% more bets than its top-performing game the previous year.
Active in 19 regulated global markets, iSoftBet provides some of the largest operators with top performing casino games and the quickest route to market via its GAP aggregation platform, adding significant value to all its partners.
Federica Faggiano, Chief Commercial Officer at iSoftBet, said: “William Hill are one of the largest and most significant brands in the global gaming market and we’re thrilled to have them on board.
“Moriarty Megaways is the perfect game to initiate the launch as it is one of our most sophisticated and innovative slots. The game offers players lucrative wins in a truly immersive environment, pushing the boundaries of what a slot is capable of and creating an unforgettable gaming experience.”