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The SOFTSWISS Game Aggregator, which currently comprises slots, table games, lotteries, live games, dice games, virtual sports, as well as casual games, will now offer crash gambling games from several game vendors, it has announced.

The new type of game is different from other games of chance in that its mechanics are time based. The player places a bet and watches the in-game multiplier, usually presented by a rising line graph, go up.

The higher the line rises, the bigger the multiplier. However, the line can ‘crash’ at any moment. It is up to the player to cash out before that happens to claim their win. If the player does not cash out on time, they lose their bet.

SOFTSWISS expects the new type of game to further diversify its Game Aggregator portfolio, saying it has been consistently popular on crypto betting and dice sites.

Additionally, proclaiming the popularity of crypto in iGaming this year, the company expects the game type to appear in the three most popular imminently.

Tatyana Kaminskaya, Head of Game Aggregator at SOFTSWISS, commented on this addition: “Crash gambling games are extremely popular at the moment and we’re excited to be starting to provide them to the players.

“Given the number of titles and the game types we offer today, we can confidently say that the SOFTSWISS Game Aggregator provides one of the most diverse portfolios on the market. And all of this is coupled with reliable client service and technical support.”

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