are one of the newer European based online casino software providers with offices in both London and Luxembourg. The are licensed to operate in an array of jurisdictions including the United Kingdom, Spain, Italy, Belgium and Alderney.
iSoftBet do offer a full selection of casino games but we are currently unaware of this platform being used as the primary platform by any operator. Instead iSoftBet tend to be used as a bolt on addition of extra slots games to augment more significant platform providers. They have a lower number of games in total than the major casino software suppliers, totalling a 84 at the time this review was published.
The majority of the game catalogue offered by iSoftBet is made up with slots games.
Their table games are primarily Roulette
variants, with both European (single 0) and American (double 0) wheels available. Alongside this they offer 4 Blackjack
variants, one Baccarat
(Punto Banco) variant and a Multi-Strike variant of the Joker Poker Video Poker
game. All games do include a 'Turbo' mode and we can confirm that the strategy offered by the auto-hold system within their Video Poker game is NOT
In terms of slots games, iSoftBet have a more impressive selection, with many significant brand titles including 24, Rango, Basic Instinct, Rambo, Platoon and Beverly Hills 90210. The games have are graphically appealing, have a clear gaming interface and an autoplay feature. The autoplay feature does not provide the option to limit the number of spins or stop play at predesignated points and instead plays until manually stopped or a feature is hit. No 'turbo' mode is available when playing the iSoftBet slots games. The House Edge/RTP of the iSoftBet slots games appears to range from 3-5%/97-95% which is around the industry average at the higher end and very attractive at the lower end (3%).
All in all iSoftBet have a decent product on offer, though they could do with offering a greater range of table games and video poker.