Galaxsys has taken another step in the iGaming industry, after making its large portfolio of games available at B2B casino platform provider site, SoftGamings.

Galaxsys Agrees Partnership With SoftGamings

There are over 30 games in Galaxsys portfolio, which have been created with the best technology and aim to increase player engagement.

This comes through a single API integration and will open services to games such as Ninja Crash, Crasher, Atlantis, Turbo Mines, and Plinkoman, which have proved to be the favorite selections.

With over 15 years of experience, SoftGamings has been one of the leading games providers and has contributed to 500 brands – accumulating over 100 million users through top-of-the-range gaming content studios.

After agreeing this deal, Galaxsys and SoftGamings have entered a fresh chapter for online casino sites and users, boasting new designs, technologies and bonuses.

Teni Grigoryan, the Head of Galaxsys Sales Department, spoke about the new partnership and how it can only crease both sites’ reputation within the industry.

He said: “We are delighted to work with SoftGamings, as this provides Galaxsys further distribution and player access for our high-performing portfolio of games,

“Working with SoftGamings extends our reach, allowing us to introduce our games to a wider audience. Their robust platform and extensive network of 500+ clients present an ideal environment for our games to thrive,

“We look forward to the opportunities this partnership creates and are committed to a fruitful cooperation.”

The Head of Partnerships at SoftGamings, Anna Kiselova, labeled the collaboration as a ‘pivotal moment’ for SoftGamings and how it should only improve its clients’ revenue.

She said: “The incorporation of Galaxsys’ games into our platform is a pivotal moment for SoftGamings,

“Galaxsys is all about innovation and delivering superior gaming experiences, a view that mirrors our own. We’re excited about the diverse and quality-driven content this partnership brings to our operators and their players and we look forward to the positive impact these games will undoubtedly have on our clients’ revenue.”