SoftSwiss Debuts in Brazil

SoftSwiss Debuts in Brazil

SoftSwiss Debuts in Brazil

SoftSwiss, an online gambling solutions provider, increases its presence in the Latin American market with Brazilian entry.

From now on SoftSwiss will offer its innovative online gambling and betting products in Brazil. The corporation’s iGaming and betting solutions are adapted to the Brazilian market. The most popular payment mechanisms, including Boleto Bancário and many more, are already implemented in the products.

SoftSwiss believes that the company will continually strengthen its positions in the Latin American market and the Brazilian debut is an important step in that direction.

SoftSwiss is a well-known pioneer in working with cryptocurrencies and Brazilian clients will also benefit from the company’s revolutionary approaches. Estonian CoinsPaid, a cryptocurrency transactions platform, will be integrated into SoftSwiss’s payment products.

Chief Commercial Officer at SoftSwiss, Mr. Max Trafimovich talked about the company’s expansion policy noting that

In this year only SoftSwiss had debuted in 2 new continents – Africa and Latin America. The iGaming solutions provider is excited to welcome new customers from these regions and offer them an entertaining and no less important safe gaming experience.

As always SoftSwiss’s offers and new products are well-planned and based on extensive research. So it’s no surprise that the company will follow the trends mentioned in its Q1 report, according to which cryptocurrency transactions are gaining more and more popularity in the region, and offer those types of payment solutions in Brazil.

Moreover, SoftSwiss will update its offers with games already popular in the country. The company’s game list is already impressive and consists of 11k games 27% of which can be played with cryptocurrencies.

Earlier this year SoftSwiss has already adapted its products into 4 new markets in Africa, South Asia, and East Asia.

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