SOFTSWISS announces Kostya Sivko as newest brand ambassador


  • Tuesday 30 August, 2022
SOFTSWISS announces Kostya Sivko as newest brand ambassador

Kostya “Leniniw” Sivko will be joining SOFTSWISS as the brand’s newest ambassador.

The renowned iGaming software developer SOFTSWISS has announced about the latest addition to their team. The famous CS:GO live presenter/commentator Kostya Sivko will be joining the company as their newest brand ambassador.

Sivko has a rich experience in the eSports industry, as he has been a commentator for close to a decade. One of the most notable details of his career is that he has been one of the co-hosts of the CS:GO Majors, which is one of the largest tournaments of the game, a dozen times.

Additionally, the community has named Sivko the best host in the past couple of years. He also has plenty of experience working with gambling operators, as he has even worked with a number of SOFTSWISS’s clients

Kostya’s knowledge in the eSports field presents an excellent path for the firm to expand their knowledge and solidify their credibility in the market. The new ambassador will enable the company to gain knowledge and tailor their products towards the eSports audience.

When I first entered the industry, it was nowhere close to the size it is today and presented no reason to believe that it would one day grow to such an immense scale. I am glad that I stuck around, and I’m assured that my expertise in commentating and stream hosting, along with my knowledge of the viewers will be helpful in this collaboration.

stated Kostya Sivko.

We are always looking to expand our knowledge and offerings, and the eSports industry was a great candidate, as it is growing rapidly every year. Through our products operators can already facilitate eSports wagering quickly and painlessly, and many of our clients have opted to implement it. Partnering with public figures and influencers such as Kostya is the new way of gaining expertise in the industry to develop cutting-edge top-ranking services.

said Vitali Matsukevich, the chief operating officer at SOFTSWISS.

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