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iSoftBet introduces Jacks or Better

(PRESS RELEASE) -- iSoftBet, the leading online games supplier and content aggregator, has released its latest table game, Jacks or Better.

The video poker game gives a classic five card draw experience, packed with additional features, giving players the chance to win up to 800x their stake.

In order to secure a payout, the only thing players have to do is to hit a pair of Jacks, with a Royal Flush leading to the biggest possible cash prize.

On wins up to 100 coins players can choose to gamble, where finding a higher card than the one revealed doubles your winnings, with up to five gambles allowed per round.

Jacks or Better follows iSoftBet being awarded a Greek license earlier this week. The company continues to expand into newly-regulating and regulated markets, with speed of entry to new territories a major attraction for the award-winning supplier’s customers through both its approach to regulation and its leading aggregation offering, GAP.

iSoftBet is now active in 20 regulated jurisdictions providing some of the largest operators with top performing casino games and the quickest route to market via its GAP aggregation platform.

Mark Claxton, Head of Games at iSoftBet said: “We are always look to diversify our games portfolio and Jacks or Better brings a fun-filled video poker title to our players. With its straightforward gameplay and huge win potential, it gives a different opportunity for table game fans and we’re very excited to see how it is received as we continue to bring amazing new experiences to market.”

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