SOFTSWISS’ Jackpot aggregator this week announced its first mega win of over €58,000 in a global campaign launched by its client, N1 Partners Group.
The lucky player from N1 Casino hit the massive prize at the end of last week spinning the WBC Ring of Riches slot by BGaming.
N1 Partners Group connected to the Jackpot Aggregator in November 2021 and became the first operator to take advantage of the SOFTSWISS innovation by launching a local jackpot. The positive experience was an impulse for the group of casinos to unite its brands into a global jackpot campaign. As a result, the promo that started with the Jackpot Aggregator caused a surge in player activity on each participating project.
“We recently launched Mystery Drops on the N1 Casino project, and we are glad that our player was lucky enough to win the Mega Prize. We congratulate the player and hope that luck will smile more than once, and the number of winnings will be even greater,” notes Yaroslav Laptev, chief product officer of N1 Partners Group.
The Jackpot Aggregator team announced the first global campaign across N1 Partner’s Malta-licensed projects at the end of May. Player interest in the promo campaign was immense, so the first mega prize win took less than two weeks.
“It’s always a pleasure to learn about the successful promo arranged by our clients. N1 Partners Group is actively using, developing, and analysing campaigns launched with the Jackpot Aggregator. This approach to work allows to achieve the most significant results in terms of casino player activity and loyalty,” concludes Aliaksei Douhin, product manager at SOFTSWISS Jackpot Aggregator.
The SOFTSWISS Jackpot Aggregator helps its clients achieve various goals, including growing player loyalty and brand awareness. Thanks to the flexibility of the virtual jackpot management system, operators can focus on a specific category of players when launching the campaign to manage key casino indicators.
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