SoftSwiss extends its gaming content portfolio with Real Dealer Studios
Real Dealer’s full suite of games will now be added to the SoftSwiss library
SoftSwiss has announced that its Game Aggregator has finished the integration of Real Dealer Studios, the producer of casino games combining striking recorded video with state-of-the-art RNG gameplay. Real Dealer’s full suite of games will now be added to the SoftSwiss library, joining more than 10,000 different casino games from global leading game providers.
Real Dealer’s complete gaming portfolio is already available to casino clients that are powered by the SoftSwiss Game Aggregator. Real Dealer Studio’s games are uniquely designed as an alternative to live casino and are created from high-quality recorded video clips of dealers and play, which are further integrated into the game engine. The game portfolio includes the studio’s flagship Real Roulette series as well as Real Baccarat, with its upcoming money-wheel series, Fortune Finder, to be added within days.
Commenting on the integration, Nikita Keino, partner managers team lead at SoftSwiss, said: “Real Dealer is responsible for some of the most authentic and entertaining casino content in the market and we are excited to be able to offer it to our clients. The addition of Real Dealer brings more quality content to SoftSwiss Game Aggregator, which grants access to more than 10,000 games, with over 3000 being crypto-games. We’re sure that Real Dealer’s games will be a big success among our partners and their players.”
Jose Micallef, sales manager at Real Dealer Studios, said: “This is a significant partnership for Real Dealer Studios and allows us to distribute our content to more operators and in more markets than ever before via SoftSwiss’ strong and reliable platform. Our games offer a unique player experience and have proved to be hugely popular in markets all over the world. By partnering with SoftSwiss, we can ensure that even more players can enjoy the hugely entertaining experience our content provides.”