SOFTSWISS Game Aggregator expands opportunities for casino operators by launching a unique solution – the Tournament Tool. It allows you to create and manage tournaments based on games and vendors that are available to all Game Aggregator customers.

The Tournament Tool allows operators to run campaigns with flexible and easy settings and the possibility to include any casino game. To start a campaign, the operator does not need to seek approval from the game provider. Extensive functionality allows running multiple range rounds including local tournaments for one or multiple projects within the same casino.

The tool offers five winner selection strategies: the highest multiplier, the total win amount, the sum of all multipliers, the total number of spins and the total bet amount. The functionality of the solution will continue to expand progressively, offering more and more benefits to customers.

The main advantage of the novelty is the in-game communication between the operator and the bettor. The in-game interface provides customers with the latest information on rules, current leaderboards, list of active and completed tournaments. Launching a new campaign via the Tournament Tool takes just 30 minutes, which saves users time and effort. The number of simultaneous tournaments is unlimited.

Commenting on the launch, Tatyana Kaminskaya, Head of SOFTSWISS Game Aggregator, highlights the following: “Players are always looking for new gaming experiences. The Tournament Tool allows operators to launch brilliant and engaging campaigns and provide players with unique opponent experiences, motivating them those playing. In addition, in 2023 we will be expanding and complementing the functionality and analytical capabilities of the Tournament Tool.”

The SOFTSWISS Game Aggregator is a content core that unites more than 13 thousand games and more than 270 international clients in the iGaming market. It is an award-winning product recognized as the “Aggregator Platform of the Year” at the EGR B2B Awards 2022 and “Game Aggregator of the Year” at the Starlet Awards.