The SOFTSWISS Jackpot Aggregator has further strengthened its partnership with N1 Partners Group by connecting N1 Bet casino to its virtual jackpot system. All N1 Partners Group casinos operating under the Curacao licence can now participate in the cross-brand jackpot campaign.
There are currently three N1 Partners Group casinos connected to the SOFTSWISS Jackpot Aggregator, Joo Casino, Fight Club and N1 Bet. All three participate in the global jackpot, generated and played amongst players at these casinos. This increases the involvement and loyalty of bettors, who have the opportunity to receive larger winnings. The jackpot pool is based on all the bets of all the casinos taking part in the global jackpot.
The SOFTSWISS Jackpot Aggregator launched this new jackpot as a service business model, allowing clients to seamlessly create and manage jackpots within their own brands. It is particularly useful for casinos, gaming providers and aggregators. Among the benefits available clients are ready-made jackpot configurations (templates) with customisation options, as well as access to various game mechanics. This enables the jackpot campaign to be unique to each client.
“Despite only being launched very recently, this solution has already generated a lot of interest across the iGaming community,” says Aliaksei Douhin, Product Manager at the SOFTSWISS Jackpot Aggregator. “I am delighted that in the case of N1 Partners Group, we have been able to launch and organise several projects so quickly, which can now take advantage of the Jackpot Aggregator. Our product opens up unlimited opportunities not only for casinos that have joined the global jackpot but also for the players participating in it.”
Yaroslav Laptev, Chief Product Officer of N1 Partners Group, adds: “Connecting to the comprehensive SOFTSWISS Jackpot Aggregator solution allows our players to participate in jackpots by playing their favourite games from different game providers. This has a positive effect on gaming activity on our projects and attracts a new audience.”