SoftSwiss 150 million Euro GGR

‘SoftSwiss GGR Exceeds 150 million Euros In March 2021!’ (Image Source: www.softswiss.com/company-news/)

SoftSwiss, the I-gaming jack of all trades software provider, has been on a bit of a tear lately. Just last week they announced they had received the highly prized gaming license from the Malta Gaming Authority, then they posted March numbers which showed that its flagship Gaming Aggregator software handled more than 4 billion Euros worth of wagers in March 2021.

Now, numbers out yesterday showed they surpassed 150 million Euros in Gross Gaming Revenue in March as well. Those are huge numbers, and the company primarily attributes growth throughout Central and South America, along with strong interest from Asian countries. The company is the world’s biggest crypto gaming software provider, and that has no doubt fueled its spectacular success so far this year.

In the SoftSwiss announcement, Tatyana Kaminskaya, who heads up the Gaming Aggregator team for Softswiss lauded her team, and rightfully so! She also mentioned SoftSwiss’s expectation of continuing to provide more content and capacity as they attempt to head off rivals building out similar products that offer white label casino build-outs and bolt-on payment and customer service solutions.

Huge Collection of Games & Software Providers Makes Softswift Platform One of the Market Leaders

What has served SoftSwiss so well so far, and is likely to keep them ahead of the pack in the future is the sheer number of games providers they work with. 75 games providers and way more than 10,000 game offerings from the likes of NetEnt, Microgaming, Evolution Gaming and many others. More than a third of those games support Bitcoin or other crypto solutions. And SoftSwiss said just last month that their crypto gaming grew by 300% in 2020, with more growth expected this year. So with SoftSwiss’s hold on the crypto market, expect more banner headlines in the months ahead.

SoftSwiss is now the proud holder of an MGA license which means players now get coverage from one of the most trustworthy licenses authorised in the EU! The new license will attract more casino operators as well as maybe persuade some existing customers of the aggregator platform to open MGA regulated online and live casino establishments!

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