SoftSwiss launches brand new B2B sportsbook solution

SoftSwiss launches brand new B2B sportsbook solution

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SoftSwiss’s latest launch of a B2B sportsbook solution providing extensive ‘business growth opportunities’ for its clients is the latest step the company has taken to reinforce its product portfolio. The solution will be incorporating ‘all crucial functionality’ and features from the SoftSwiss online casino platform, with the main focus being on providing security, stability, advanced player segmentation and adaptability to operators’ marketing needs.

After two years of adjusting, refining and developing, the platform will allow players to bet on over 60 different sports, spanning over 1200 different markets, with Betradar selected as the main odds feeds provider.

The solution is also set to be featuring extra bonus schemes, such as Cashout, Bet Builder, System and Maxbet. Thanks to the integration of the sportsbook solution, SoftSwiss clients will be able to take advantage of full risk management, fraud prevention and high-quality customer support.

“We are extremely excited to officially announce the launch of our brand-new Sportsbook Platform,” said Ivan Montik, Founder of SoftSwiss. “Our new top-notch betting product combines in itself both our 10+ years of expertise in the iGaming market, as well as the hard work of a great team of well-versed professionals. With our new product we want to provide our clients with a sustainable, high-quality solution that has a positive impact on their business development. I’m sure SoftSwiss Sportsbook is bound to become one of the strongest on the market and will surely be a growth driver for our clients.”

During the development process, SoftSwiss placed a considerable focus on the growing volume of bets placed via mobile devices. As a result, users will gain access to an ‘easily customized mobile-first user experience’ which SoftSwiss believes will improve the platform’s usability.

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