Game aggregator SOFTSWISS announced its partnership with Hölle Games in its quest to expand its list of game providers. The agreement will now see the game studio’s content go live in all of the aggregator’s clients.
Content from Hölle Games is now set to be available on all clients in partnership with the content aggregator. This is after sealing a content distribution deal that sees SOFTSWISS continue in its path to expand its list of game studios.
Hölle Games joins a list of over 20 game studios whose portfolio is available on the game aggregator. And this is just for 2021.
Hölle Games focuses on the German market, with its games specifically developed for the local gamblers. But the market-specific content isn’t the only benefit SOFTSWISS Game Aggregator stands to gain. Clients on this platform are also set to gain access to premium slot series as well as classic studio games.
This partnership with Hölle Games allows the game aggregator to add to its growing list of software providers. It also diversifies its range of available games to its clients. Simple integration is all that’s needed for the clients to access content from over 170 game providers. This opens a world of over 3,000 casino games optimized for crypto gaming from the overall +11,000 games.
SOFTSWISS’s head of game aggregator department spoke on the latest partnership with Hölle Games. Tatyana Kaminskaya said the game aggregator provides a simple yet fast solution to set up and grow an iGaming business.
Tatyana added that the collaboration with Hölle Games allows it to offer more diversity to its existing clients. The official concluded by expressing confidence that players will enjoy the developer’s premium and classic games. On the other hand, operators are set to enhance customer loyalty by including these games.
The CEO & CO-founder at Hölle Games also commented on the partnership with SOFTSWISS. Robert Lenzhofer said SOFTWISS is on a clear success path as is evidenced by its milestones in recent months. This then attracts the game developer to work with a successful business. The CEO further expressed their confidence in contributing positively to the range of classic games. These include the likes of Bells XL and Fruits among others. This also applies to premium releases such as Respins Fruits set to launch soon and Holla die Waldfee.
Speaking of success, SOFTSWISS recently acquired a license from the Hellenic Gaming Commission. The manufacturer stability license now allows the content aggregator to offer its services in the country for the next seven years. It will now supply its games to 12 green-lighted studios out of the 170 available on its aggregation platform.