Under the deal, iSoftBet will integrate its Game Aggregation Platform (GAP) with Rootz.
The deal will enable Rootz and its brands to access more than 8,000 titles from 70 games studios, as well as a suite of engagement solutions and gamification tools such as iNgame.
“iSoftBet has one of the widest arrays of slots portfolios in the market, with a diverse blend of innovative titles, exciting mechanics and fan favourites, so we are delighted to be able to welcome their offering to our catalogue of games,” Rootx chief operating officer Tony Kjäldström said.
“We look forward to working with their team to continue to create exciting igaming experiences for our customers for a long time.”
Michael Probert, chief commercial officer at iSoftBet, added: “Rootz is an exciting platform provider that has generated significant traction in the market since its launch in 2018.
“We have prioritised growth in regulated markets and are eagerly looking forward to our partnership with such a dynamic casino technology business.”