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Softswiss Enhances Game Aggregator with Exciting Crash Games Tournaments

The popular online casino software provider Softswiss has recently added an exciting new feature to their platform. Their Game Aggregator tool, which allows casino operators to easily integrate games from different providers into their website, now supports crash games tournaments.

This means operators can now create tournaments where players compete not only in slots and live dealer games, but also in the intensely exciting crash games genre. Providing diverse tournament options is hugely important for player engagement and enjoyment.

The decision to include crash games is based on Softswiss’s internal research showing this addition can lift player spending during tournaments by over 4%, potentially rising to 9% afterwards. Their studies also found crash games are especially prominent in certain markets.

When asked about this new development, the head of Softswiss Game Aggregator Tatyana Kaminskaya said “We wanted to incorporate the social and gamification aspects that make crash games so gripping into our wider tournament offerings. Now any game type can become a social, competitive experience for players to enjoy. Combining crash games with slots, live games and tournaments creates a really compelling package.”

This crash games tournament integration builds on other recent enhancements Softswiss has made, like providing detailed player behavior insights, and appointing a high-profile Non-Executive Director to boost their presence in key markets. It showcases their commitment to constantly improving and innovating on their platform.

Overall this looks like an exciting upgrade that gives operators more flexibility and tools to activate their player base. Integrating different game types into competitive tournaments can clearly drive more engagement. It will be interesting to see what other creative tournament formats and game mashups Softswiss incorporates in future.

Oliver Martin

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