Online gaming and sports betting software provider SOFTSWISS announced Thursday it will be present at the SiGMA Europe event in Malta, which will take place in Valletta, November 14-18. According to the provider, the event will be the capstone of the "hot and spicy" promotional campaign the company is holding on the Mediterranean island.
"The heat waves of the 'chili' brand presence the Maltese have been experiencing since the beginning of October continue to be equally, if not more, felt in November," said the company. In addition to branded buses and banners, SOFTSWISS has "charmed" the islanders with its exclusive chili-flavored ice cream and now invites them to try luck in the "Chilli Bath Challenge," where they can earn a number of prizes.
With its ‘Bringing the heat’ campaign, SOFTSWISS is giving locals and their guests "a deep dive into the brand’s philosophy and values ahead of the major iGaming event." The company will showcase its products at stand S17, with its solutions, tools and technologies supported by extensive professional expertise.
The offering of the iGaming software provider includes its Casino Platform, the Game Aggregator and the Sportsbook Platform. Attendees can also find the Jackpot Aggregator, Affilka by SOFTSWISS and Managed Services.
Vitali Matsukevich, COO at SOFTSWISS, gave the highlights of the company’s upcoming participation in the event: “SOFTSWISS is going to win over Malta with its hot and spicy offers! We will showcase our best solutions and products welcoming all guests to our stand."
"We will be proud to outline the benefits, advantages of all our products and present new integrations and features," Matsukevich added. "Company experts will always be there to share their insights.”
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In late October, the company announced the updating of one of the most demanded features of its Casino Platform, its in-game currency conversion. The online casino management software now allows players to convert their crypto balances into as many as nine fiat currencies.
Before the update, cryptocurrency could only be converted into one default currency. The platform now allows conversion into USD, EUR, AUD, RUB, CAD, NZD, NOK, JPY, and BRL.