SOFTSWISS Game Aggregator shares June statistics

16th July 2021 - The SOFTSWISS Game Aggregator shared its recent June statistics, where the brand peaked at 170 million euros in the average amount of daily bets, along with 140 million bets the average number of daily bets in June. The fresh data displays further growth of the SOFTSWISS Game Aggregator in the iGaming market, as it continually expands with new game providers.

The shared statistics showcase the stable growth of the SOFTSWISS Game Aggregator as a brand, which already comprises more than 150 different game studios under its roof with over 11,000 versatile games.

The cause of the peak numbers is attributed to the newly launched White Label projects running on the SOFTSWISS Online Casino Platform. It was also impacted by the growth of multiple Game Aggregator crypto brands, same as in May 2021.

The new June statistics uphold the growth of crypto brands, with cryptogames becoming more and more respected in the industry. The trend was previously mentioned in the excerpts of the SOFTSWISS Q1 Game Aggregator report.

Tatyana Kaminskaya, Game Aggregator Team Lead at SOFTSWISS, comments on this achievement: “The SOFTSWISS Game Aggregator is continuously growing – the brand has very recently met the milestone of 5 billion euro bets and is steadily approaching the mark of 200 million monthly GGR! The brand has also expanded its game providers portfolio just this year up to an amazing 150+ and the list keeps growing. Our team is always working hard to meet the requirements of our clients, as well as to deliver the best and most reliable service out there today. And in my opinion, we’re doing pretty great. Stay tuned for more updates from us to be released soon!”

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