Continuing its expansion in the iGaming marketplace, Softswiss has added yet another new client after partnering with online casino brand, Dreamz, following a migration process from a third-party casino platform that was a “great challenge.”
The integration will see Dreamz join the more than 120 diverse online casino and sportsbook brands that currently run on Softswiss’ platform while also leveraging a broad range of features including various integrated payment methods in addition to a portfolio of 150-plus game content providers.
Licensed and regulated by the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA), dreamz.com is owned and operated by N1 Interactive Ltd, which is a subsidiary of umbrella brand, The Hurricane Global Group.
Mutually beneficial alliance:
Commenting on the deal in a company press release, Darya Avtukhovich, Head of Business Account Managers at Softswiss, said…
“I’m happy to announce that Dreamz has officially joined the SOFTSWISS Online Casino brand family. For our team the migration process was a great challenge, but we were committed to making it happen. We’re also thankful to Dreamz for their trust in our solution and are excited for our future endeavours together.”
The new alliance will see Softswiss aid the online casino in quickly achieving the market expansion and diversification goals of the company while the online casino platform’s “stability and high load tolerance” will enable Dreamz’ large player base to enjoy the “smoothest experience” with the brand.
Also commenting on the new partnership, a representative for Dreamz said it’s a “very exciting time” for them and they are glad to be joining the Softswiss brand, which has “a rather strong geo market coverage and presence.” The rep added that the migration is a “thrilling step” for them and they are hoping for a “fruitful collaboration.”
An especially productive month, the Curaçao-based company recently further diversified its Game Aggregator portfolio after adding crash gambling games to its expansive game portfolio. Several game vendors will add the new game type, which, according to Softswiss, has proven popular on crypto betting and dice sites.
The use of time-based mechanics helps to distinguish crash betting from other games of chance. An immersive game type, players must cash out before the in-game multiplier, which is typically represented by a line graph with a rising line, crashes at random and they lose their bet.
Softswiss kicked off the month by integrating with Asia-based gaming studio, Spadegaming, in a deal that further expands the Game Aggregator’s expansive collection of over 11,000 games from top-tier providers. The integration includes player-favorite slot titles from the studio, including Rise of Werewolves, Fiery Sevens, Crazy Bomber, Alien Hunter and Fishing War.