SoftSwiss has expanded its network of partners by announcing a business partnership with igaming development firm Gamzix.
Gamzix will supply a number of its “most popular slot games,” including 40 Chilli Fruits, Make Money, and others, to the former’s game aggregation platform.
Strong iGaming market player
Aleksandr Kosogov, CEO at Gamzix said: “We’re super excited to be starting our collaboration with such a strong igaming market player as SoftSwiss. Integrating with the SoftSwiss game aggregator is a new exciting step for us and we cannot wait to begin.”
Gamzix’s gaming library, which includes nearly 20 online casino games, will be made available to SoftSwiss white label operators and game aggregator clients operating under the Curacao licence, according to the conditions of the arrangement.
Gamzix follows in the footsteps of Playson, Pariplay, OnlyPlay, and Zillion, as the latest in a series of such alliances forged by SoftSwiss.
Nikita Keino, team lead for partner managers at SoftSwiss, said: “The SoftSwiss game aggregator is thrilled to be adding Gamzix to its partners’ list.
“For such a young gaming studio, Gamzix has already achieved high progress by establishing its broad range of slot games in the marketplace. We’re looking forward to working with Gamzix and once again are welcoming them in our gaming portfolio.”
SEO tips and methods
Last week, Anna Loiko, SoftSwiss online casino platform product owner, looked at some more SEO tips and methods that the solutions provider employs in the second part of an SEO mini-series.
“In the first part, we touched upon the reasons why SEO is so important – namely because data has shown that approximately 90 per cent of online experiences begin with a search engine, while the top three Google search results account for 75 per cent of all clicks,” she begins.
“If you are not ranking in those top three listings, you’re missing out on key opportunities to reach new players. But at SoftSwiss, our online casino solution has been tailored to meet the ranking needs of our clients.”