SoftSwiss hails NetEnt deal

SoftSwiss hails NetEnt deal

Friday, November 13, 2015 Totally Gaming
Ivan Montik said it had been a positive year for SoftSwiss

Ivan Montik, SoftSwiss’s chief executive, has told that a new deal with Net Entertainment (NetEnt) is the company’s “most important” to date.

The platform provider, which powers a series of online casinos, will now offer more than 200 new games to its partners.

The NetEnt deal is the company’s biggest yet and comes at the end of a successful 2015 for the company, which is based in Curacao and Belarus.

“It has been a really progressive year for us,” Montik said. “We launched more white-label casino websites than in the previous year and our partners' operations are showing constant growth in revenue – both in real money and in bit coin.

“We increased our portfolio of third-party games, and the most important deal was signed recently with NetEnt. Currently we offer more than 1,000 games to our customers and this number will grow early next year as we have also signed agreements with iSoftBet.”

SoftSwiss, which hosts the BitStarz, 7bit Casino and Princess Star online casinos, offers games from the likes of Microgaming and Betsoft Gaming, as well as its own content.  

Montik added: “Our own games are getting crazy popularity in the bitcoin gambling sphere and we started to offer them as a separate product to third-party online casino operators.”

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