SOFTSWISS welcomes new partner – Slotmill

SOFTSWISS welcomes new partner – Slotmill

SOFTSWISS welcomes new partner – Slotmill

The Softswiss Game Aggregator – global technology company, is thrilled to introduce the Slotmill Game Studio – a forward-looking and usable gaming studio, as its newest partner.

The new partnership with Slotmill Game Studio, which is joining the aggregator’s already existing board of over 150 partners, will see the studio’s fun gaming content become available shortly for the players at, adding up to the company’s already existing massive selection of 11,000+ games in total, including more than 3,000 crypto-friendly ones.

The integration will mainly see the Slotmill game studio’s impressive gaming content, which consists of top-tier casino games such as the 3-reel slot series – Slotmill Classics, as well as other 5-reel slots become available for Softswiss’ audience shortly.

Additionally, the aggregator’s audience will also be gaining access to Slotmill’s best-performing gaming products such as Wildfire, Lucky Lucifer, Outlaws, Vikings Creed, as well as Three Samurai, etc.

The Slotmill content will be at disposal of the aggregator’s all Game Aggregator and White Label customers, who operate under Malta and Curacao certificates.

SOFTSWISS’ Nikita Keino welcomed the new partner and stated:

“It is immensely compelling to team up with such a prominent name in iGaming, who’s known mainly for their eye-catching graphics and user-friendly qualities.

Their devotion to innovation aligns perfectly with our vision. Thus, I am sure this is going to be a very fruitful relationship.”

Slotmill Game Studio’s founder – Johan Ohman, also added to the statements:

“Going live with our content at SOFTSWISS is an incredible chance to enlarge our global reach, offering our premium titles to larger audiences.”

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