Date: 14.05.2024

by Adam Dworak

SOFTSWISS Achieves Certification for Bulgarian iGaming Market Expansion

SOFTSWISS has recently achieved certification from Gaming Laboratories International (GLI) for its entry into the Bulgarian market.

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This certification ensures that SOFTSWISS meets all technical and legal standards necessary for operation within Bulgaria, signifying a major step in their global expansion strategy.

SOFTSWISS Products and Services in Bulgaria

The certification covers multiple SOFTSWISS products, including the Casino Platform, Sportsbook, Game Aggregator, and Affilka. These products have been fully prepared and technically optimized to meet the specific needs of the Bulgarian market.

According to Statista, the Bulgarian iGaming sector is projected to reach a revenue of €134.60 million in 2024. By adapting its products and securing the necessary local certifications, SOFTSWISS has positioned itself and its partners for successful market penetration and growth in this burgeoning sector.

Partnership and Market Strategy

Vitali Matsukevich, COO at SOFTSWISS, highlighted the significance of this market entry: “Entering the Bulgarian market marks a significant milestone for us, as our products are now recognised in another EU country. This expansion aligns with our global development strategy to broaden the SOFTSWISS brand’s presence in local markets. Our partnership with TopWin has deepened our understanding of this market and presents mutual growth opportunities.”

Local Collaboration and Enhancements

Krasimir Tokushev, CEO of ‘Golden City 7’, the holder of the license for Topwin.bg, expressed enthusiasm about the collaboration: “Partnering with the well-established SOFTSWISS products is a significant advancement for us. This collaboration will elevate our platform to new heights, and we are confident that our Bulgarian players will be delighted with the enhanced gaming experience.”

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