SoftSwiss Adds BetGames Content to Aggregator

Gaming platform group SoftSwiss announced today that they've partnered with live dealer software developer BetGames and will integrate the latter's games into their Game Aggregator product moving forward.

The agreement will see the Game Aggregator platform now able to offer casino clients BetGames titles like Wheel of Fortune, Bet on Baccarat, and War of Bets. The games are all broadcast from a studio and are similar to other offerings from the likes of Playtech or Evolution. Where BetGames stands out is the ability to bet on different studio sports events like T-Basket, wherein athletes compete at basketball shooting for 60 seconds. Another popular game is T-Kick, where athletes try to kick into small baskets placed around a soccer goal.

The Game Aggregator has more than 16,000 games from over 190 different service providers. The company works with big name and smaller studios alike and holds certification throughout the globe.

Regarding the deal, SoftSwiss Game Aggregator head Tatyana Kaminskaya said, "This integration will expand the content choices available in our clients' casinos and deliver an excellent gaming experience with live-dealer betting games for players. We are confident that the collaboration between the SOFTSWISS Game Aggregator and BetGames will prove mutually beneficial for both partners."

BetGames VP of CIS Yury Mikhaylov also commented, adding: "Through this collaboration, we aim to set new industry benchmarks by integrating our full suite of games with the SOFTSWISS Game Aggregator, and bring an exceptional gaming experience to players worldwide. This deal is a great fit for both parties, not only owing to our leading positions in the respective fields but also due to the alignment of our growth plans."

The titles are being integrated now and should be available for play at partner casinos shortly.

About the author

Therese Williams // UK Correspondent
Therese Williams
Therese is a fervent fan of slot machines and pub fruities, often trying her luck at some of the top online casinos. She covers news for Casino Listings with a focus on the UK and Europe. Therese studied arts and creative writing at university and has written for newspapers in the UK.


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