Betting platform specialist SoftSwiss has announced that they've partnered with betting brand Bets.io and will be offering the company their sportsbetting platform moving forward.
The agreement will see SoftSwiss providing their platform, which includes the likes of football, basketball, motor racing, baseball, and more. In all, there are over 200 sports that can be wagered on. Additionally, there are a number of eSports that are supported, with feeds coming in by Oddin.gg and Betradar which provide the odds. The deal will also see SoftSwiss providing backend tools such as management, marketing, and customer support.
Bets.io is a crypto betting site that accepts multiple cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Litecoin, Dogecoin, USDT, ADA, and many more. The casino has a Curacao gaming licence and offers its services to punters from multiple spots throughout the globe. We need to note that Casino Listings hasn't had a chance to review this casino so we cannot vouch as to whether or not the Curacao is legitimate. Players who deposit and play at the casino do so at their own risk.
"Using our sports betting platform, Bets.io will strengthen their business through enhanced engagement and a broader market reach, while players will have access to a wide range of sports, events, leagues, and tournaments," said SoftSwiss Sportsbook Head Alexander Kamenetskyi. "I am pleased to welcome a new partner and happy to mention that we will launch another joint project soon. Inspired by the trust placed in us by our new client, the SOFTSWISS Sportsbook team will continue to add new features to offer unique solutions that lead our clients to success and improve the gaming experience of bettors."
A spokesman from Bets.io added: "We have a great opportunity to explore the benefits of the Sportsbook Platform and offer our players something new. Working with the SOFTSWISS team was seamless, and we look forward to the outstanding results of this collaboration. Thanks to our new partner for their continued support during all stages of integration."