SOFTSWISS Game Aggregator expands in key market courtesy of new partnership with LatAm-focused online casino software developer Vibra Gaming

Home » SOFTSWISS Game Aggregator expands in key market courtesy of new partnership with LatAm-focused online casino software developer Vibra Gaming

After working on an integration roadmap for quite some time, the team behind Argentinean platform and game development company, Vibra Gaming, is now prepared to make new content accessible on a global scale courtesy of a new partnership with leading gambling software developer SOFTSWISS.

Under the content distribution deal, the Buenos Aires-headquartered firm’s games portfolio will be integrated into the SOFTSWISS Game Aggregator, which already boasts more than 13,000 casino games, where it will be made available to 260-plus top iGaming brands worldwide.

Founded in 2020, Vibra Gaming’s rapidly-growing offering of video slots, table games, video bingos, lottery games and Brazilian classics, featuring a multitude of localized, branded and themed titles, including player-favorites such as Condorito, inspired by most popular comic strip in Latin America, as well as Popeye Slots, Mystic Joker, Wild Gems, The Phantom, and versions of classic land-based roulette and blackjack games and many more.

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Excellent Growth Opportunity:

“We are delighted to join forces with the SOFTSWISS Game Aggregator. Working with this global content aggregator is an excellent opportunity for Vibra Gaming to expand our potential in established markets and growing markets. Our experience, deep knowledge and expertise in the field, award-winning, localised slot and table game content will help us in this way,” read a statement from Ramiro Atucha, Chief Executive Officer for Vibra Gaming.

In addtion to significantly expanding the Brazilian firm’s audience, SOFTSWISS, which now sees the LatAm region as a key focus and one it looks to strengthen its position in, is looking to complete its diverse Game Aggregator by adding new clients and content that is high quality and popular. As such, teaming up with Vibra Gaming, a leading in gaming ops in the region, makes perfect sense and brings that goal closer to fruition.

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Mutually Beneficial:

Also commenting on the alliance, Nikita Keino, Partner Managers Team Lead for SOFTSWISS, said in an official press release that they are “confident” that the collaboration between the SOFTSWISS Game Aggregator and Vibra Gaming “will be productive for both sides.”

Keino explained…

“This deal was made possible greatly owing to the partner managers team’s work developing the Game Aggregator in the Latin American market. The iGaming market is growing rapidly in this region, and, as one of the leaders in the industry, we strive to provide our clients with an extensive portfolio of games and quality software products.”

SOFTSWISS Sportsbook:

Earlier this month, SOFTSWISS announced that it was expanding the functionality of its sportsbook platform by way of an additional iFrame integration method.

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According to the Curaçao-based company, the update will allow even more of its clients to leverage the product offer together with either an API integration, which gives additional opportunities for website design, making it easier for operators to implement any ideas, or a “direct launch” on the popular sports betting platform. Previously, SOFTSWISS Sportsbook clients were only able to use API integration.

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