SOFTSWISS Game Aggregator passes €230m GGR

6th August 2021 - SOFTSWISS proclaimed that in July 2021 the brand’s Game Aggregator achieved a major milestone of 232 million euros GGR, marking a tremendous new achievement.

This marks an overachievement for the SOFTSWISS Game Aggregator as the brand doubles its figures in just less than a year with GGR equaling 100 million in November 2020. The solution’s rapid growth attributes to a stable increase of Game Aggregator clients in the European and CIS regions, with LatAm in the follow-up. The region has seen the fastest growth over the last few months, with many Game Aggregator clients turning their gaze towards the South American markets.

Currency-wise, online crypto casinos have been booming over the last months. Though, fiat casinos remain on top and serve as the major source of GGR growth.

The SOFTSWISS Game Aggregator is actively signing game content distribution partners. The last few weeks saw such international game providers as Blueprint and Spadegaming join a rapidly growing portfolio of over 150 game providers.

Tatyana Kaminskaya, Game Aggregator Team Lead at SOFTSWISS, commented: “The SOFTSWISS Game Aggregator continues raising the bar. We’re happy to be welcoming so many new clients and game providers in recent weeks/months and are hoping for many more fruitful partnerships. This isn’t the first  time we’ve outdone our own expectations and that only means we’re moving in the right direction.”

The SOFTSWISS Game Aggregator continues establishing and maintaining itself as a leading brand on the iGaming marketplace. It unites the most diverse and forward-thinking game providers via a single API. The Game Aggregator merges the variety of content with top-quality customer service and amazingly quick integration.

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