SOFTSWISS becomes the latest iGaming company to enter the Greek market. This is after it received a manufacturer stability license from the Hellenic Gaming Commission. The license allows the game aggregator to expand its presence in the European market. It also allows it to offer its range of B2B gambling services to its partners in Greece.
The license will also cater to the company’s aggregation platform. SOFTSWISS sealed the license deal allowing it to offer its aggregated content for the next seven years. The aggregator will offer its content portfolio to 12 green lighted studios out of a possible 170 game providers available through its aggregation platform.
SOFTSWISS can only work with recognized casino brands in Greece as it seeks to push its content and other products. SOFTSWISS COO commented on the latest achievement by the company. Andrey Starovoitov said the company has been working hard to meet the qualification standards set by the country’s gambling watchdog.
The COO further stated the license will allow it to kick start its activities in the country as it injects its experience in the market. That’s in addition to offering its range of content to both players and operators. Starovoitov concluded by acknowledging its clients’ needs and the commitment toward finding creative solutions.
SOFTSWISS already got approval to start delivering its products in Greece earlier in the year. The online casino license issued by the HGC allows the company to operate in the country. It already had N1CASINO.GR as its first client in the country.
Both companies planned to go live with the deal before the end of 2021. SOFTSWISS also plans to integrate sports betting later on. The expanded operations by the company have seen it increase its number of employees to over 1,000.
SOFTSWISS boasts 59 online casinos launched over three years. The company also prides itself in having handled over six billion bets monthly and transactions worth about $400 million monthly. The game aggregator also considers itself a leader when it comes to crypto gaming.
As evidence of its increasing success, the company recently signed a deal with Hölle Games. The game developer will join the aggregator’s list of suppliers that take the number of new suppliers in the last year to 20.
SOFTSWISS is also on an expansion program having received an online casino license from the Hellenic Gaming Commission. Apart from Greece, the aggregator is now present in:
Nigeria became the first country in Africa to host the content aggregator after SOFTSWISS made its first entrance into Africa. SOFTSWISS said it chose Nigeria because of the size of the economy. The increased exposure of Nigerians to the internet is also a factor, which makes it suitable for sportsbook activities.