SoftSwiss is a white label casino software development company. It is based on the Dutch Caribbean island of Curacao, one of the centres of the worldwide gaming industry. The company was founded in 2008.
SoftSwiss therefore design these “turnkey solutions” so that operators can just pay for the site architecture, decide on a name, theme and design, choose the games they want and are then effectively ready to go. The company can also provide other support services to the prospective operator, including payment processing, technical support, fraud and security protection and data analysis.
The platform is compatible with play on any kind of device. Licencing agreements have been signed with well over a dozen of the industry’s leading gaming software providers, such as NetEnt, Elk Studios and Thunderkick. This means that operators can select from a total of over two thousand games.
In recent years, the company has been focusing resources on its payment software, making it a market leader in the provision of Bitcoin as a payment option for its casino clients and their customers. Using Bitcoin has several advantages for both player and casino, such as faster payment processing, lack of taxation, and player anonymity. Several casinos have already been launched across the world which are powered by SoftSwiss’ Bitcoin compatible software.
The company endured a tough start, competing against gaming software giants with already established markets for their platforms. But now it is earning quite a reputation within the industry, with over forty different SoftSwiss software powered casinos launched over recent years. This progress has been aided by their market leading and ground breaking Bitcoin payment option.
From the player’s point of view, all you need to know is that SoftSwiss provide smooth running, excellently designed sites on which to play your favourite games. These sites are available to United Kingdom based players, although several Curacao listed casinos are outside the regulatory safety net of the UK Gambling Commission.