Affilka by SOFTSWISS Passes 100 Brands Milestone

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Affilka by SOFTSWISS recently announced that it surpassed a milestone of 100 brands launched on the affiliate marketing platform. This marks 3 years since the platform went into development.

The Affilka client portfolio grew to more than 100 diverse online casino and sportsbook brands, with a major increase in the last 6 months. Only this month Affilka announced the launch of 3 big new clients Sportbet.one, FizzSlots and TruePartners, which recently successfully moved to the Affilka platform from a third-party affiliate platform. 

This proves Affilka’s growing importance in the iGaming marketplace. It now provides  services to a variety of different fiat and crypto casino and sportsbook brands running not only on the SOFTSWISS Online Casino Platform, but also on third-party iGaming platforms. The solution intends to double this achievement  a year from now. 

Starting from the first third-party platform client in December 2020, Affilka continues to grow and to expand its presence in the iGaming industry. The affiliate software platform continues to prove itself as a top affiliate marketing software provider with a variety of unique competitive traits. This includes an extremely flexible commission constructor, a versatile set of postbacks allowing affiliates to be always on the same page with any type of player activity and many more. The platform also offers detailed reporting and special interface customisation via Frontend API. 

Commenting on the event, Anastasia Borovaya, product owner of Affilka by SOFTSWISS, said: “And here we are with more than 100 casino and sportsbook brands in our portfolio in just several years! This is an incredible achievement and it’s even more incredible to say that Affilka definitely doesn’t plan on stopping there! We’re just getting started and are planning on making it double this time next year. Ambitious, innovative, and bold this is all about us, so stay tuned for more updates.”

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