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SmartSoft and SoftSwiss tie up partnership deal

Leading software developer to the online gambling industry, SoftSwiss has teamed up with Georgia-based company SmartSoft so that the latter’s games are available to the former’s portfolio of clients.

As a result of this, it means that the white label and aggregator clients of SoftSwiss can take their pick of the wide variety of slots that are available – though for those with licenses from the Malta Gaming Authority and Curacao.

Nikita Keino, team lead at SoftSwiss spoke up about the offering from SmartSoft following the completion of the deal: “I am sure the SoftSwiss game aggregator clients will appreciate the number of games and features SmartSoft offers.

SmartSoft and SoftSwiss tie up partnership deal

“We do not doubt that it will be long and fruitful cooperation, because it can’t be any other way. Welcome, SmartSoft!”

CMO of SmartSoft, Luka Namoradze, was equally optimistic about the situation: “We are delighted that SoftSwiss is becoming our partner and want to thank you for being a part of our extended network. Many operators already can’t wait to have our games through the SoftSwiss platform. We are looking forward to a long and rewarding partnership.”


Who are SoftSwiss?

Somewhat of a boutique software developer in the online gambling industry, the company was founded in 2008 and have earned a reputation for creating games that are particularly innovative, especially on the user interface front.

Over the last decade, they have swiftly added a number of impressive clients, with a number of their games winning awards at various industry conferences.

They also assist in creating and developing online casinos via their white label service, in addition to providing payment method integration.


How does this deal help?

Following the agreement of this partnership, it means that SoftSwiss will essentially be able to give their clients more choice, in terms of the games that are available, from a small developer that has shown a proclivity for designing highly intuitive games.

In addition, it could well help to position the company as more of an authority in the sphere, as well as attracting more clients as well as more talent.