SOFTSWISS Jackpot Aggregator enters partnership with PlayAmo

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SOFTSWISS Jackpot Aggregator enters partnership with PlayAmo

PlayAmo is going to be the latest to get a promotional jackpot campaign from SOFTSWISS.

The iGaming developer SOFTSWISS has recently expanded the client list of its Jackpot Aggregator solution with their latest collaboration with the operator PlayAmo. The partnership will involve unique jackpot campaigns for each one of the casino’s games.

The campaign run by the provider will give the operator three separate levels of jackpots, with the largest one being named the “Grand”. The other two are the “Minor” and the “Major”, both of which still contain huge winning potential. Lastly, the minimum wager required to have a chance at scoring a jackpot is going to be set at 2 euros.

Having more than half a decade of experience in the field, the operator has amassed a massive catalog of hundreds of games, all of which offer highly entertaining experiences. They have a lot of nice features under their belt as well, such as a multitude of payment options, a professional support staff and a lot of promotional bonuses.

We are quite delighted with our latest partnership with SOFTSWISS, as the process of implementing their Jackpot Aggregator service was quick and seamless. They paid careful attention to our feedback and made sure to complete every technical task in a way that would best suit our needs. We are certain that this collaboration will bring a new level of entertainment to our players and will help us grow immensely, and we are eager to reap its rewards.

read a statement from the team at PlayAmo.

We are excited to have PlayAmo join us as an associate of our Jackpot Aggregator solution. Their catalog of games is constantly growing, and we are glad to be able to boost those titles with our tried and tested jackpot campaigns that add a whole new aspect of entertainment. We are certain that this collaboration will be fruitful for both companies.

remarked the chief of the Jackpot Aggregator service, Aliaskei Douhin.