End of July sees the SoftSwiss Game Aggregator incorporate game content from Merkur Gaming, as well as sister brand Blueprint Gaming. Among the providers accompanying the latest release are also August Gaming and Thunderkick available for Curacao-licensed operators. Read on to learn about upcoming releases.
Merkur Gaming boasts a proud collection of polished games, adapted from beloved titles supplied by its parent company to brick and mortar casinos. Speaking of which, the game development studio is fully managed by the German-based Gauselmann Group. The parent company has an established reputation as the leader of development in casino hardware and software for the gambling industry.
The Merkur brand is not only recognizable by the ubiquitous sun logo, but by the exceptionally high quality of the gaming content that sets it apart from the rest. With its inclusion into the SoftSwiss Game Aggregator, online casino operators can look forward to a diverse and market-centric portfolio of entertaining video slots. The games are set to be available for fiat currencies and will feature a variety of languages, as well as finely-tuned content for various geographical markets.
Another provider under the Merkur sun brand is Blueprint gaming. Partly-purchased in 2008 and fully integrated into the Gauselmann Group of companies in 2012, this provider with British origins offers original and creative game titles to online and land-based venues.
Both providers will be available to Curacao-licensed casino operators and game integration clients using the SoftSwiss Online Casino Platform and Game Aggregator.
In adjacent news, SoftSwiss welcomes August Gaming, developer of interactive content for Asia. The company will also be able to supply Thunderkick game content to White Label clients and third party platforms holding Curacao licenses.
While new roundup of slot providers might sound like a lot, SoftSwiss is pleased to say the good news does not end there. More game providers will be joining the fold of SoftSwiss partners in the next few weeks to come. Operators will be able to avail themselves and their players of such game vendors as Fantasma Games, ReelPlay (formerly Chance Interactive), Snowborn Games and OMI Gaming, to be more precise.