Soft2Bet to receive sequel to Pragmatic Play's 'Gates of Olympus' game (1)
Soft2Bet to receive sequel to Pragmatic Play's 'Gates of Olympus' game

Soft2Bet is excited to announce that a major deal with leading game developer Pragmatic Play will facilitate the creation of the sequel to the world-renowned gambling game ‘Gates of Olympus’.

Soft2Bet teams have been navigating the “underworld to bring their partners and players something truly unique, a game made by the Gods and kept under the protection of Hades himself”.

Entitled ‘Gates of Hades’, the unique slot was built as a bespoke game exclusively for Soft2Bet and its B2B partners, where customers will be called into a macabre adventure with stunning graphics, proven leading mechanics, and features that Pragmatic love.

Players can collect scatters or tip Charon in the Buy Feature to go down the River Styx and access Hades Free Spins in the deep underworld with an ever-increasing multiplier.

This highly anticipated slot will be available to its players and partners in all its regulated markets; MGA, SGA as well as DGA, from the end of March. There is no doubt that this game will significantly strengthen the operator group’s slot lineup as it has the potential to be a mega-hit, potentially one of the best releases of the year.

Soft2Bet Gaming Director Daniel Mitton says: “We are extremely pleased to partner with Pragmatic Play, an incredibly well-known gaming provider. There is no doubt that the game will be popular with audiences around the world and its integration will increase our casino offer extensively”.

About Soft2Bet

Soft2Bet is a fast growing and dynamic provider and group of casino and sports platform operators offering exclusive games and the best titles from the world’s leading gambling providers including jackpot slots, branded video, live casino and sports betting.

With MGA, SGA, DGA and Irish licenses, Soft2bet supports over 10 projects including CampoBet, YoyoCasino, LightCasino and ZulaBet, as well as game-heavy installments such as Cadabrus and Betinia.