Belatra heads online with SoftSwiss partnership

Belatra heads online with SoftSwiss partnership

Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Land-based gaming equipment specialist Belatra has marked its entrance into the online sector, following an exclusive partnership with SoftSwiss.

At the iGaming Super Show in Amsterdam this week, the Belarus-based manufacturer is presenting online versions of two popular land-based games, The Spanish Armada and Super Seven Slots.

The Spanish Armada is a five-reel video slot with 100 paylines, while the three-reel Super Sevens takes inspiration from classic slots with high bet spins.

The titles will be made available at participating online casinos running on the SoftSwiss platform, and Belatra says two new games will be added each month.

“SoftSwiss is glad to support Belatra in their venturing out into the online segment,” Max Trafimovich, sales and marketing director for SoftSwiss, told

“We believe their carefully crafted games taken from famous slot machines are bound to appeal to the online audience.”

He added: “This partnership has already proven a strong one from the business and technical perspectives, so we are really excited to see more Belatra content being rolled out online.”

Totally Gaming says: With more than 20 years’ experience in electronic entertainment, Belatra is an established player in the land-based sector. This new partnership with SoftSwiss will open up the company’s popular titles to an online audience – and with new games being added to the platform on a rolling basis, players will have access to fresh content each month.


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