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SoftSwiss expands its innovative solutions to Brazil

| By Guy Parsons
Company will also continue its expansion into other Latin American markets in the near future

SoftSwiss has recently announced its expansion to the Brazilian market with its most popular solutions for the igaming and sports betting industries. SoftSwiss’ advanced Online Casino Platform is now fully equipped with local ready-to-use payment solutions, such as Boleto Bancário (by far the most popular payment method in Brazil), pay4fun, PayRetailers, and more. As the company representatives explained, SoftSwiss will also be continuing its systemic expansion into other Latin American markets in the near future.

In addition to the payment gateways tailored to Brazil, SoftSwiss clients can also expect to benefit from CoinsPaid, the rapidly growing crypto processing engine. A reliable tool for handling crypto transactions comes in handy: the LatAm region and Brazil in particular appear to be the leading regions in terms of popularity of crypto payments, as recently highlighted in the SoftSwiss Game Aggregator Q1 2021 corporate report.

Furthermore, the company plans to expand its gaming portfolio by adding more game content that is of high demand in the local Brazilian market. The current SoftSwiss Game Aggregator’s offering already consists of more than 11,000 games with over 3,000 available for playing with crypto.

Commenting on the news, Max Trafimovich, CCO at SoftSwiss, said: “SoftSwiss continues setting its footprints all over the globe this year. In fact we’re expanding to the second new continent after our recent move into Nigeria in February. That’s a milestone and we cannot wait to welcome new players and clients from the LatAm region. We, in turn, are committed to giving them the proven technology that will make their overall igaming experience more versatile and safe.”

SoftSwiss keeps blazing trails to new markets – in less than six months the tech brand has adapted its software solutions to better cater to five new territories including Japan, South Korea, India, Nigeria and now Brazil.