SoftSwiss, the iGaming software platform and game provider, entered into partnership with NetEnt, the widely-known Swedish company and one of the pioneers in high quality iGaming software solutions. Their distinguished games are now part of SoftSwiss’s growing portfolio of online casino games.
SoftSwiss thus becomes an official B2B and B2C reseller of NetEnt’s gaming solutions including their branded games. This is the result of long preparation and rigorous compliance checks on
the NetEnt part that SoftSwiss had to pass in order to prove their standing as a reliable partner.
For the past twenty years NetEnt have achieved impressive results and became listed on Nasdaq OMX Stockholm. All of their proprietary games, slots especially, caught massive attention of not just industry professionals but also among online casino players for their ultimate gaming experience by its impeccable design and enticing themes.
SoftSwiss CEO Ivan Montik said: “I am very happy to begin partnership with NetEnt, one of the most prominent and dynamic iGaming companies in the market. This will give a new boost to SoftSwiss development as a company as well. Already at this initial stage of partnership we have gained experience that we’ll try to adopt in order to come closer to market leadership”.
The result of this agreement is 200+ more new games available in traditional currencies to operators through SoftSwiss game aggregator. This is particularly beneficial for those who are targeting Northern and Western Europe where NetEnt games (suffice it to mention Starburst or Gonzo’s Quest) have a large and loyal fan base.
SoftSwiss is an established software provider of turnkey and white label solutions for the iGaming industry. Founded in 2008, the company renders B2B services to partners worldwide. Among online casino brands powered by SoftSwiss platform are BitStarz, 7bit Casino and Princess Star.
With new arrivals from NetEnt, the company can now offer close to 1,000 games from such renowned brands as Microgaming, Amatic, Betsoft Gaming, Ezugi, Endorphina, as well as SoftSwiss’s own gaming content.