SoftSwiss broadens horizons with new Push Gaming partnership

SoftSwiss broadens horizons with new Push Gaming partnership

Posted by: AffPapa

SoftSwiss, the gambling software developer, has announced its new partnership with B2B gaming supplier Push Gaming. The developer has finished its direct integration with the supplier, in a move that will allow the SoftSwiss Game Aggregator to enrich its gaming portfolio with Push Gaming’s offering.

Push Gaming’s platform is licenced by the MGA as well as the UKGC, and the SoftSwiss Game Aggregator game list will be providing access to the developer’s player-focused suite of high-quality games, which include its most recent. Releases such as Wheel of Wonders, and even the highly-anticipated upcoming Land of Zenith and Dinopolis.

Moreover, the entire Push Gaming portfolio will now be added on top of over 10,000 casino games in the SoftSwiss gaming offering provided by the leading game providers all across the world.

Nikita Keino, partner managers team lead at Softswiss, said in a comment: 

We aim to provide cutting-edge technology solutions to the sector to ensure the success of any igaming project. So being able to offer products like those from Push Gaming aligns perfectly with our values. We have earned ourselves a name in the igaming industry thanks to the professionalism of our team and the expertise we provide every step of the way. And this deal simply adds more of this for us. We’re really pleased to have Push Gaming on board.

Fiona Hickey, head of sales at Push Gaming, stated: 

Our core ethos is to put the player first, so we’re delighted with this deal that sees us collaborate with a brand like SoftSwiss which resonates with that. We’re an entertainment company at heart and we’re sure that this partnership is going to provide the right balance of player consideration both in terms of responsibility and offering the highest level of gaming satisfaction for those that love our signature experiences.

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