SoftSwiss: The financial results in 2021 were more than twice those in 2020

The preliminary financial figures for SoftSwiss’ Game Aggregator for 2021 have been released.

SoftSwiss claims that all of its financial performance have more than doubled since 2020. One example is its average monthly gross gaming revenue (GGR), which increased to €200 million ($2.25 million) from €88 million in 2020, according to the company.

Similarly, the provider stated that the average monthly wager amount exceeded €5 billion, up 130 percent from €2.2 billion the previous year.

The company also stated that annual GGR and bet sum climbed “substantially,” from a maximum of €130 million in January 2021 to more than €250 million in December. The sum of bets nearly doubled from €3.3 billion to €6.5 billion, demonstrating the same pattern.

The SoftSwiss Game Aggregator began delivering games to numerous new regions, including Japan, Brazil, Argentina, India, and Tunisia, according to the business.

SoftSwiss reported that crypto accounted for around 40% of all currencies utilised by gamers at its gaming operators in 2021, up from 20% in 2020. With 83.3 percent of the market, Bitcoin remains the most popular cryptocurrency.

Over 60 clients and 20 game providers have partnered with the supplier in the last year. The SoftSwiss Game Aggregator currently offers entertainment content from 170 game developers, totaling over 11,800 titles, including over 3,000 games optimised for bitcoin.

Sweet Bonanza (Pragmatic Play), Book of Dead (Play’n Go), and Fire in the Hole xBomb are the most popular games in its catalogue (Nolimit City).

In a statement, SoftSwiss COO Andrey Starovoitov stated, “SoftSwiss has long been known as a B2B crypto solution provider, and this past year has shown that once again.”

“Cryptocurrencies are a clear trend in the gaming industry, so we put a special emphasis on their use in our development.” The projections for 2021 are expected to be the consequence of the company’s aim to diversify its portfolio with crypto assets.”

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