SoftSwiss Announce Spadegaming Partnership

SoftSwiss has expanded the capabilities of its burgeoning game aggregation platform by announcing a partnership with Asia-based development company Spadegaming.

The arrangement, which calls Spadegaming a “industry innovator,” would provide SoftSwiss’ white label and agem aggregator clients, who operate under the Curacao and MGA licences, complete access to Spadegaming’s content catalogue.

Strong iGaming market

Danny Vincent, general manager at Spadegaming said: “We’re excited and grateful to be integrating with the SoftSwiss game aggregator and are looking forward to our exciting gaming adventure with such a strong igaming market player to begin.

“With SoftSwiss we are ready to expand our reach to the gaming industry into newer markets. With our distinctive offerings and exceptional series of products, we’re sure we’ll be able to add some new innovative content to the table and hope for great cooperation ahead.”

Slots to bolster games offering

SoftSwiss’ games offering, which already includes over 11,000 titles from a variety of game providers, will be bolstered by slots including Fishing War, Alien Hunter, Crazy Bomber, Fiery Sevens, and Rise of Werewolves.

Nikita Keino, SoftSwiss’s partner managers team head, said of the integration: “The SoftSwiss game aggregator is expanding rapidly and this month we’re thrilled to welcome Spadegaming studio into our gaming family. 

“Now this innovative and fast-evolving provider will join our vast variety of game developers, being able to provide their great content to all of our current and future white label and game aggregator clients. Looking forward to the fruitful collaboration.”

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