SOFTSWISS has enhanced the slot content available on its SOFTSWISS Game Aggregator product by forming an alliance with TaDa Gaming.
Through the partnership, TaDa Gaming’s content portfolio of video slots, table games, fishing games, cards, bingo and crash games will be integrated into SOFTSWISS’ aggregation platform, all of which are tailored for mobile, consoles, and H5 platforms.
“We’re excited to announce our partnership with TaDa Gaming, now a part of the SOFTSWISS Game Aggregator,” commented Gregory Penkov, Head of Sales at SOFTSWISS Game Aggregator.
“This collaboration helps enrich our gaming content for clients. The dedicated SOFTSWISS team is devoted to delivering exceptional solutions, empowering our partners to explore new business horizons and offering players diverse gaming adventures.
“Venturing into this partnership is both a challenge and an exhilarating opportunity, yet I have full confidence in SOFTSWISS’ readiness for success.”
Licensed in Curacao, Estonia and Malta, TaDa Gaming supports more than 12 languages, games with features such as jackpots and tournaments, and the ability to accommodate over 50 currencies, including the USDT cryptocurrency.
Andy Huang, CEO of TaDa Gaming, added: “Entering into a partnership with a distinguished company like SOFTSWISS marks a significant milestone for TaDa Gaming as we consistently explore opportunities to expand our product offerings into newly regulated markets.
“Our unwavering commitment to providing exceptional service to our valued customers remains at the forefront of our mission. The SOFTSWISS Game Aggregator, renowned for its extensive presence across multiple markets, emerges as a strategic ally perfectly suited to our goals.
“While TaDa Gaming is making a substantial impact in the LatAm market, this collaboration not only strengthens our position in the region but also sets the stage for expansion into diverse markets, both established and emerging.”
Last month, SOFTSWISS published its iGaming Trends 2024 report, exploring the trending igaming topics heading into the new year.