SoftSwiss is one of the world’s leading online gambling solution providers and maintains a solid reputation in the industry for its game aggregation product. It integrates games from top software developers such as NetEnt, Microgaming, Yggdrasil and Pragmatic Play among others.
Today it announced that its innovative aggregator product has reached a huge milestone of €150 million in gross gaming revenue since inception, a figure that follows another milestone being hit of €4 billion in total bets being placed.
Gross gaming revenue, also referred to as GGR or yield, is the measure between wagers after subtracting winnings, used by gambling operators to record the amount of sales or revenue it has taken. In this instance, SoftSwiss’ aggregation platform has recorded a record €150 million, which is a historic figure in the platforms history.
The momentum and popularity of the platform shows no signs of slowing down as it continues to expand in to global jurisdictions and regulated gaming markets, including Latin America and the Asian gaming market.
In less than six months, the aggregator has reported an additional €50 million in gross gaming revenue after hitting its €100 million milestone in 2020, despite the global pandemic.
As a leading provider of online gaming content, SoftSwiss is looking to build on its record €150 million milestone by moving to its next phase of its roadmap and list of goals.
The iGaming specialist is looking to further strengthen its market position as a leading casino game and slot provider and will look to increase the product capacity over the remainder of 2021.
Additionally, the aggregator has mapped out the next few months of the year with plans of expansion to its game provider network that will look to boost the operator clients overall gaming experience.
Many gambling companies are currently signed up and utilising SoftSwiss’ innovative software package that brings together some of the biggest game titles in the global industry.
By signing content deals with leading game creators, the firm is able to bring together a diverse game offering through a single application, with over ten-thousand games from more than sixty providers and a variety of localised currencies for each active jurisdiction, including cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin.
Game Aggregator Team Lead at SoftSwiss Tatyana Kaminskaya spoke about the historic milestone and what it means for the aggregator:
Here comes another fantastic achievement for our team and we cannot be happier!
Hard work does truly pay off. Reaching the target of €150 million GGR after very recently marking a 4 billion total bets goal is beyond amazing and is an important milestone in the Game Aggregator growth roadmap.
Our goal is to further strengthen the position of the Aggregator on the market by continuously increasing its capacity, expanding the game provider network, and continuing delivering our clients a superb level of service.