iGaming industry solutions provider SOFTSWISS says the SOFTSWISS Game Aggregator’s new Tournament Tool has shown “outstanding results” with its first set of tournaments, helping clients boost player acquisition and retention while increasing revenue streams.
Available to all Game Aggregator’s clients, the new feature from the Game Aggregator has been designed to help operators increase player engagement and loyalty. It offers a wide range of mechanics and tournament types, including branded campaigns, while the in-game tournament interface streamlines interaction with players to keep them updated about gaming campaigns. It informs players about active and past events, and tournament rules, and features a leaderboard widget, all accessible with multilingual support.
Operators can set up tournaments based on any game in the hub’s extensive library to entertain audiences from all across the globe and track the performance of such campaigns. Furthermore, the connection does not require additional development or design resources – tournaments can be customised with designed presets and integrated widgets, which allows operators to keep their own brand identity, SOFTSWISS explained.
The Tournament Tool allows players to switch between desktop and mobile versions, while all currencies, including crypto, available in the games provided by the SOFTSWISS Game Aggregator are open for betting.
“At SOFTSWISS, we understand that players are looking for engaging and immersive experiences,” said Tatyana Kaminskaya, Head of SOFTSWISS Game Aggregator.
“With the Tournament Tool, we can deliver that while helping our clients achieve their business goals. We already can see that the tool’s flexibility and extended functionality help our clients stand out in the competitive iGaming industry. We are working to deliver even more exciting tournaments soon, so stay tuned!”
The SOFTSWISS Game Aggregator plans to continue developing its Tournament Tool to diversify the use of its ever-growing game portfolio, which already includes over 16,000 games from more than 185 worldwide game providers, the company said.