SOFTSWISS, the online gambling software supplier, celebrated a big milestone in July as its Game Aggregator reached €232 million in gross gaming revenue last month.
The reported figure marks a huge growth from last November when GGR totaled €100 million.
SOFTSWISS recently underwent a rebrand, with its logo text and brand name now being spelled in all caps to better fit its current position in the international online gambling market and its vision to maintain a leading position in the space.
The company attributed the tremendous growth of its online casino content aggregation to the stable increase in the number of clients in Europe and the CIS region as well as in Latin America. SOFTSWISS noted that the latter market has seen the fastest growth over the last couple of months as many of its Game Aggregator clients have turned their gaze towards different markets around South America.
SOFTSWISS pointed out that currency-wise, crypto casinos “have been booming” over the past several months, but fiat casinos have remained the main driver of gross gaming revenue growth.
The company lauded another big milestone just a few days ago when it joined the host of online gambling companies to get licensed by the Hellenic Gaming Commission and be given the nod to enter Greece’s recently reorganized iGaming market.
Aggregator Continues to Raise the Bar
Commenting on their latest big news, Tatyana Kaminskaya, Game Aggregator Team Lead at SOFTSWISS, said that their aggregation platform continues to raise the bar and that they are happy to be welcoming so many new clients and game providers in recent months.
Ms. Kaminskaya went on to note that they hope to pen many more fruitful partnerships in the coming months, further pointing out that this is not the first time they have outdone their own expectations and that only means they are “moving in the right direction.”
The SOFTSWISS Game Aggregator offers more than 11,000 online casino titles from some of the industry’s biggest providers. Of these, over 3,000 games have been optimized for cryptocurrency casinos.
The software supplier has recently teamed up with multiple new content makers to further expand the offering available on its aggregation platform.
Late last month, the company unveiled a direct integration with Blueprint Gaming, the UK game development arm of major German gambling group Gauselmann. Under the terms of that recent partnership, games from Blueprint’s hugely popular collection have been added to the SOFTSWISS Game Aggregator to reach an even wider audience across multiple markets.
It was in July again when SOFTSWISS announced that its Game Aggregator has completed the integration of online casino games by young studio Retro Gaming.
Source: SOFTSWISS Game Aggregator Passes €230 Million GGR, SOFTSWISS Newsroom