Soft2bet launches B2B brand SlotsPalace

Posted:: Nov 18, 2020 14:09 Category: Europe , Online ,

Casino and sportsbook platform provider Soft2bet has unveiled gamified slots brand SlotsPalace

SlotsPalace’s playful design combines a vast array of premium content from its in-house studios and third-party suppliers with an unrivalled user interface, which together make for a premium gaming experience that appeals to a variety of demographics.

Featuring the engaging gamified elements that Soft2bet’s platform has become renowned for, SlotsPalace will offer players the chance to earn achievements and open art collections, an industry first. Diamonds can also be won through gameplay, with an on-site boutique where these can be traded in for bonus cash and free spins.

The omnichannel brand is now live and integrates 60+ payment methods and multiple language variations including Portuguese, Italian and Spanish.

Boris-Chaikin-CEO-at-Soft2Bet-jpg-1Boris Chaikin, CEO of Soft2bet, said: “The launch of SlotsPalace showcases the Soft2bet platform in all its glory. We pride ourselves in giving B2B partners full control over their brand’s look and feel and this project fully demonstrates this.

“Gamification is what players demand and our features are set to be a fantastic engagement and retention tool for SlotsPalace going forward.’

Head of Marketing and Partner at SlotsPalace, said: “SlotsPalace is set to offer players a first-rate casino experience utilising Soft2bet’s top quality platform. It’s been a pleasure working with their team to get this off the ground and we’re now looking forward to bringing a strong brand to the market.

“Focusing on the luxury side of life, SlotsPalace brings unique features to the casino space, such as art collections and a shopping boutique, none of which would have been possible without a flexible platform underpinning this casino.”

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