SoftSwiss Introduces a Limited Offer by Launching 3 Free Bets

SoftSwiss Introduces a Limited Offer by Launching 3 Free Bets

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SoftSwiss Sportsbook augments its variety of gaming bonuses by presenting a brand-new set of free betting bonus in the very nick for the beginning of grand sporting events such as Copa América and the 2020 UEFA European Football Championship, happening at the same time this year in June.

The launch introduced 3 new kinds of free bets, from an entirely risk-free “No-Risk” bet that allows players to get a full refund in the event of losing, an “All-Win bet, which gives the player a first-time bonus that can be used to place a bet and, in case of winning, the player gets the complete amount won in cash (instead of credit), and last but not least, an “Only-Win” bet, which also provides the player with a first-time bonus, and if being a winning bet, the player receives a completely withdrawable cash, excluding the betting value.

These new additions are made to further transform and expand the gaming experience for returning and new clients by amplifying the comfort and accessibility of the site. The main goals for this launch are to increase customer loyalty, reaffirm market position and in general enlarge the audience of B2B and SoftSwiss Sportsbook.

“We are very thrilled to present these new attributes in time for such vital sport events, and we cannot wait to see our customers engage with them. Our players are our biggest focus and make the most essential part of our journey, and we are persistently working on coming up with innovative and exciting news.”

Product owner at SoftSwiss Alexander Kamenetskyi comments about the new release.

On top of the most recent exciting free bet launch, SoftSwiss puts forward a limited (up to 50%) deal B2B’s new players that are looking forward to becoming long-term partners. The deal will be accessible effectively until the end of June 10, 2021.

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