Affilka, an affiliate marketing platform developed by SoftSwiss, has inked a deal with ProperSix Casino.
The agreement will see SoftSwiss provide its services to the newly-launched online crypto casino brand.
An affiliate programme of ProperSix Casino will be powered by Affilka, providing its users with a unique combination of transparency and functionality including a commissions constructor aimed at optimising marketing expenses.
A new crypto casino, ProperSix, is set to enter the market, giving players the chance to play various games online by using their cryptocurrencies.
Customers will be able to play with ProperSix tokens or other most known cryptocurrencies, including BTC, ETH and USDT. With the casino having just been launched, 30 new and original games are ready for players from around the world.
After an effective integration process with Affilka, the client decided to expand the area of cooperation between SoftSwiss and ProperSix by also signing a deal with SoftSwiss Game Aggregator. The project is to be fully integrated later in Q2 and will provide ProperSix Casino with a wide portfolio of game providers that are constantly replenishing.
Anastasia Borovaya, Product Owner of Affilka, commented: “Affilka may be a newcomer among affiliate marketing software providers in the iGaming industry.
“Yet it keeps on proving itself as a reliable, secure and very strong and cost-effective tool for iGaming operators. We’re super excited to launch this project alongside ProperSix and are looking forward to very productive cooperation!”
Richard Haverinen, CEO of PROPERSIX OU, added: “ProperSix is proud to announce that it will be collaborating with SoftSwiss Game Aggregator to ensure the best user experience and many more games to get jackpots in.
“Furthermore, Affilka by SoftSwiss will ensure reliable, safe and trustworthy operation along with high load resistance. The Online Casino is already live, so people are already purchasing ProperSix tokens and getting ready to see if they will be the ones to get the biggest payouts.”