SOFTSWISS Game Aggregator integrates with Slotmill

Game Aggregator SOFTSWISS is pleased to announce its integration with Slotmill Game Studio, known for its stunning graphics and simplified user interface. Content from the game studio is expected to be available to SOFTSWISS clients very soon.

The Slotmill brand will complement the SOFTSWISS line-up of more than 150 game providers. The Slotmill portfolio will now be included in the SOFTSWISS gaming offering of over 11,000 games, 3000+ of which are optimised for cryptocurrency.

By integrating with Slotmill, Game Aggregator SOFTSWISS will be able to provide access to premium casino games, offering both 5-reel slots and Slotmill Classics, which is a series of traditional 3-reel slots. Also available to Game Aggregator SOFTSWISS clients will be Slotmill hits such as Outlaws, Lucky Lucifer, Wildfire, Three Samurai and Vikings Creed.

Under the terms of the deal, Slotmill content will become available to all SOFTSWISS White Label and Game Aggregator clients operating under Curacao and Maltese licences. All major fiat currencies are currently supported, as well as bitcoins.

Nikita Keino, Partner Managers Team Lead at SOFTSWISS, comments: “It's incredibly exciting to partner with such a significant player in the online gaming market as Slotmill. Their games are known for their stunning graphics and user-friendliness. Slotmill's passion for creating innovative slot games directly resonates with SOFTSWISS' goal to offer only the best to all online gaming enthusiasts. Therefore, I am confident that our partnership will be extremely successful.”

Johan Ohman, Founder of Slotmill, commented: “Having the Slotmill portfolio live at SOFTSWISS is a fantastic opportunity. Through their clients, SOFTSWISS will allow us to expand our reach significantly, allowing us to offer our premium games to a wider audience.”

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