Dreamz Online Casino Partners With SoftSwiss

Dreamz Online Casino has partnered with SoftSwiss, which will see the brand transfer from a third-party casino platform.

Dreamz will join the over 12 casino brands that already use SoftSwiss’ platform, gaining access to a number of services such as integrated payment methods and a portfolio of over 150 game content providers.

Darya Avtukhovich, SoftSwiss’s head of commercial account managers, explained the arrangement as follows: “I’m happy to announce that Dreamz has officially joined the SoftSwiss online casino brand family. For our team the migration process was a great challenge, but we were committed  to making it happen. 

“We’re also thankful to Dreamz for their trust in our solution and are excited for our future endeavours together.”

Quickly achieve market expansion

SoftSwiss will use its online casino platform to help Dreamz “quickly achieve” its market expansion and diversification goals, allowing “the large base of Dreamz players to enjoy the smoothest experience.”

Dreamz’s representative added: “It’s very exciting times for us and we’re glad to be joining SoftSwiss. The brand has a rather strong geo market coverage and presence, and it’s a thrilling step forward for us. Hoping for a fruitful collaboration.”

SoftSwiss had a busy August, starting with the addition of Asia-based production studio Spadegaming to their game aggregation platform, which had attained a new “milestone” by breaking the €230 million GGR threshold.

In addition, the company reported that in Q2, 2021, its first-line service division handled over 450,000 player requests and that it has integrated crash gambling games into its aggregator platform.

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