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SOFTSWISS Game Aggregator Signs a Deal With Hölle Games

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The SOFTSWISS Game Aggregator is pleased to announce the expansion of its list of game providers through a partnership with Hölle Games. As a result of the agreement, the video slot studio’s content will be available to all SOFTSWISS Game Aggregator clients. Besides Hölle Games, the SOFTSWISS Game Aggregator has enriched its game portfolio with game content from more than 20 game providers in 2021.

Hölle Games content is focused on Germany and includes games developed specifically for the local market. In addition to content created precisely for the German audience, SOFTSWISS Game Aggregator clients will have access to classic studio games and the “Premium” slot series. 

Hölle Games content will become available to all SOFTSWISS White Label and Game Aggregator clients. In addition to fiat currencies, the studio also supports cryptocurrencies, in particular Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH) and Tether (USDT). Additional altcoins are available on request.  

The new partnership with Hölle Games will expand the list of game providers and diversify the range of games available to SOFTSWISS Game Aggregator clients. With a simple integration, they can take advantage of a complete package that now includes content from more than 170 providers. Clients will find over 3,000 games optimised for cryptocurrencies, out of a total lineup of over 11,000 games.

“The SOFTSWISS Game Aggregator offers a simple and fast solution to start and grow your business in the gambling industry. The partnership with the new game provider, Hölle Games, will expand the choice available to our clients. I’m sure players will appreciate both the studio’s classic and premium games, which will bring operators audience loyalty,” noted Tatyana Kaminskaya, Head of Game Aggregator Department at SOFTSWISS.

Robert Lenzhofer, CEO & Co-Founder at Hölle Games, comments: “SOFTSWISS’ success has become extremely evident especially in recent months, and we are looking forward to partnering up with such a thriving business. We hope we can positively contribute to this success story with our portfolio of classic games such as ‘Fruits’, ‘Bells XL’, etc. and our premium releases such as ‘Holla die Waldfee’ and our up-coming ‘Respin Fruits’ title.”

 

About SOFTSWISS

The Game Aggregator API connects over 11,000 games from 170+ game studios to casino, sports betting and poker brands via a single integration.

SOFTSWISS is a widely-acclaimed iGaming expert, supplying certified software solutions for managing online gambling operations. The company has an international team, which counts 1,000+ employees and has an official presence in Malta, Belarus, Poland and Georgia. SOFTSWISS holds a number of gaming licences, including Curacao, Malta, Estonia, Belarus, Belgium, Sweden, Nigeria, Ghana, Serbia and Greece. The company has a vast product portfolio, which includes an Online Casino Platform, Game Aggregator with thousands of casino games, the Affilka affiliate platform, Sportsbook Platform and the Jackpot Aggregator. In 2013 SOFTSWISS was the first in the world to introduce a bitcoin-optimised online casino solution.

 

About Hölle Games:

Hölle Games is a new, independent ‘Made in Germany’ video slots studio. Both MGA and ISO 27001 certified, they provide ‘Classic’ games German players love, such as Fruits, Bells XL and Ring the Wild Bell, while also producing a ‘Premium’ series of slots with unique artwork and cutting-edge game concepts, carrying distinctive German product names that most Germans will instantly recognise, such as “Holla die Waldfee”. Furthermore, Hölle Games has produced a new and unique game mechanic called “Bonus Spin”, a player friendly and compliant solution for the German tax regulation, which they have invited other studios to freely use. 

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Bacta to host Social Responsibility Exchange in November

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Bacta will host its annual Social Responsibility Exchange at the County Hall in London on Thursday 22nd November, the trade body announced today. The event will provide members with an opportunity to share best practice tactics and strategies around Social Responsibility.

The event will be introduced by Elizabeth Speech, chair of bacta’s Social Responsibility Committee. YGAM and GamCare will also be speaking at the event alongside Social Responsibility updates from the Gambling Commission.

Bacta Membership, SR and Compliance Manager Russell Edge said: “Our Social Responsibility Exchange will allow members to hear crucial updates on Social Responsibility from the likes of the Gambling Commission, YGAM and GamCare.

“The day-long event will also provide a structured forum for discussion around the tactics and strategies bacta members are employing across the country.

“Ultimately, we hope members leave the event knowing more about Social Responsibility and having exchanged their knowledge where they can.”

 

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Massive News for the Esports Industry with Potential Inclusion in the Commonwealth Games

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Esports is one of the fastest growing industries in the world and there’s no limit to how big it could become. It’s already breached a valuation of $1 billion, and it’s expected to grow to $13.05 billion by 2025.

One of the greatest indicators that competitive gaming is going mainstream is the fact that it has been recognised by the Commonwealth Games. Indeed, it is expected to be included when the event takes place in Victoria in 2026.

Test Run Has Already Taken Place

A few years ago, the thought of seeing Esports at the Commonwealth Games would have been laughable. Now, it is a realistic prospect. It was recently reported that a dry run of the Commonwealth Esports Championships was held in Birmingham, England, at the 2022 Commonwealth Games to see if this type of competitive action could be included as an official event in 2026. It went well and garnered positive feedback from the people involved.

The Victoria edition of the Commonwealth Games is set to take place in 2026, with 16 sports already confirmed. However, the organisers are hoping to add more to the schedule with Esports being strongly considered. Competitive gaming has proven to be a popular spectator sport, with more people tuning in to watch it every year. By 2026, there could be close to a billion people watching Esports, meaning that it would be a popular inclusion at a major event.

Esports has been referred to as the “new sporting frontier,” and it wouldn’t be surprising to see it gaining even more credibility in the next decade. Even the world’s biggest traditional sports had to start somewhere. Football and cricket are now well-established and loved the world over, and there’s nothing stopping Esports from following a similar trajectory.

How Will This Affect Related Industries?

With the Commonwealth Games set to take place in Australia next time, the country could be in a prime position to capitalise on the inclusion of Esports. Part of the success of competitive gaming up to this point has been thanks to related industries pushing it, along with big name companies striking sponsorship deals. Australian companies, therefore, will most certainly seek to capitalise in 2026.

The betting industry was built around traditional sports, and it is now a behemoth industry around the world. In Australia, online betting is so popular that there are countless sites vying for bettors’ attention. Indeed, there are so many to sift through that people turn to comparison sites that list the best ones based on their offers and ratings. Bettors simply scroll through and then click a link to be taken directly to a site.

Many of these online sportsbooks are already offering eSports betting, and the number of markets available is only set to rise in the future. When the Commonwealth Games rolls around, betting sites could benefit from special offers. They may also start to have a greater focus on Esports, thus drawing more attention to the competitive gaming industry.

Esports at the Commonwealth Games isn’t just huge news for the industry itself, but it’s a great move for related industries. Australian companies are set to benefit in 2026, with the betting industry being in a particularly strong position to take advantage.

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Nigma Galaxy female CS:GO Champions: New docu-series follows rise to becoming champions

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This Sunday 14th, Nigma Galaxy is set to release the first episode of their new docu-series, Jiggy Biggy Best: A CS:GO Story, which follows their hugely successful female CS:GO team and their journey to becoming champions at two major tournaments this year.

The first instalment of the series will be launching on Nigma Galaxy’s YouTube channel at 1pm CEST on Sunday. You can find more information below, in case the team’s story would be of interest to your editorial plan:

  • Fans will get a behind the scene glimpse into the female Nigma Galaxy CS:GO team preparing for two of the biggest tournaments of their careers – ESL Impact League Season 1 in Dallas to the stand-alone ESL Impact tournament in Valencia
  • The docu-series also offers an exclusive peek into the teams journey to the top – their training regime, team cohesion and a deeper dive into the world of female esports
  • Uncover the dedication and support Nigma Galaxy have placed on the competitive female esports scene, one of the fastest-growing sub-genres in the industry
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