SOFTSWISS Game Aggregator Partners with Pipa Games

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The SOFTSWISS Game Aggregator announces a new partnership with Brazilian game provider Pipa Games. The gaming content from the LatAm studio will further strengthen the Game Aggregator’s position in the market and will enrich the experience of the local gaming audience. 

Pipa Games provides a vast variety of colourful fully localised live games, which are specifically designed and styled for the Brazilian market. Pipa Games was established as a gaming studio over a year ago, therefore the game provider is actively working on expanding the gaming portfolio to deliver the most engaging content. Yet it already proved itself to be largely popular among Brazilian players with the most famous titles Live Roulette and Live Bingo.

The new agreement with Pipa Games will provide the SOFTSWISS Game Aggregator and SOFTSWISS White Label clients with the provider’s live game content, with new titles expected to be added very soon. The whole gaming portfolio will become available for clients operating under the Curacao license. 

The game provider supports the Brazilian Real, as well as the Euro and US dollars, with plans to soon launch many new local LatAm currencies this year. 

Nikita Keino, Partner Managers Team Lead at SOFTSWISS, comments on the integration: “We’re excited to be expanding our Game Aggregator offering to the LatAm market and to be able to provide our players with a fully localised number of live games from a game provider like Pipa Games. This partnership will further strengthen our presence on the global market, as well as diversify our extensive gaming library.”

Alessandro Valente, Co-founder at Pipa Games, notes: “It’s an incredible opportunity for Pipa Games to be integrated with SOFTSWISS and this collaboration makes us very proud. The onboarding process was amazingly supported by their incredible team and we are now hoping to see our games live on all the operators currently plugged to SOFTSWISS.”

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