BELATRA’s New Online Enterprise Powered By SoftSwiss

Published Monday, May 08, 2017 -
BELATRA’s New Online Enterprise Powered By SoftSwiss

The old school gambling industry has been coming into the digital age with remarkable success much to the delight of internet punters. A leading and well established manufacturer of gambling equipment and software BELATRA is now making the move to the online gambling industry. Since 1993 the company from the Republic of Belarus with offices in the USA the Czech Republic Latin America and Russia has been producing high end gambling machines and software for the industry. Now the firm has decided it is time to venture into the world of digital gambling choosing SoftSwiss to power BELATRA’s new online enterprise.

The software provider SoftSwiss was launched in 2008 to develop online auction software. Headquartered in Curacao with software developed in Belarus, SoftSwiss has been developing its online casino software platform since September of 2012. SoftSwiss’s advanced solution game aggregator, provides more than 2000 game varieties which is always expanding.

Ivan Montik, Chief Executive Officer at SoftSwiss said, “Trying to be at the forefront of the iGaming business, we are always open for new partnerships, especially those with the recognized market players. The fact that BELATRA is launching its games online for the first time with SoftSwiss shows a lot of trust of the industry leading game developer and means a lot to casino operators using our software”.

The move to the digital gambling market for the previously land based manufacturer of gambling machines is a major step into the future for the firm. Management at BELATRA feel the time is right to expand into the virtual betting space. The collection of games includes more than 100 varieties including slots, video poker, hi-lo, roulettes, and others. Latin America and Russian have proven to be the major markets for BELATRA equipment. The exclusive partnership agreement the two companies have signed will benefit both the companies and the consumer.


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