SoftSwiss Announce ‘Extremely Popular’ Crash Games Addition

SoftSwiss has announced the addition of crash gambling games to its game aggregator platform, which the company describes as “extremely popular.”

This, according to will group, will complement the aggregation platform’s existing gaming categories, which include slots, table games, lotteries, live games, dice games, virtual sports, and casual games. Several game providers will be offering crash gambling games.

Time based betting

The mechanics of crash betting differ from those of other games of chance in that they are time-based. The player enters a wager and watches as the in-game multiplier rises, which is generally represented by a rising line graph.

The multiplier increases as the line gets higher. The line, however, could ‘crash’ at any time. It is the player’s responsibility to pay out before that happens in order to claim their prize. If a player does not cash out in a timely manner, their wager is forfeited.

3,000 crypto-friendly games

The company’s game aggregator presently has over 3,000 crypto-friendly games and thousands more for fiat currency, all of which can be accessed with a one-time API hookup.

SoftSwiss’s game aggregator team lead, Tatyana Kaminskaya, had this to say about the company’s newest addition: “Crash gambling games are extremely popular at the moment and we’re excited to be starting to provide them to the players. 

“Given the number of titles and the game types we offer today, we can confidently say that the SoftSwiss game aggregator provides one of the most diverse portfolios on the market. And all of this is coupled with reliable client service and technical support.”

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