Endorphina Provides SoftSwiss with New GamesPublished June 13, 2015 by Mike P
Satoshi’s Secret is the first-ever Bitcoin video slot and one of 30 Endorphina slots that will be found at SoftSwiss casinos.
Gaming software developer Endorphina has reached a distribution agreement with infrastructure specialist SoftSwiss. The agreement will see SoftSwiss integrate Endorphina’s entire back catalogue of games alongside its current offering, which draws from industry-leading developers like Microgaming, BetSoft Gaming, and Amatic Industries.
SoftSwiss Getting Satoshi’s Secret Slot
While Endorphina is smaller in scale than a couple of those developers, it does have some enticing slot games to offer. These include Stone Age, Wild Fruits, Origami, and Ice Pirates. More impressive, though, is the developer’s game Satoshi’s Secret, as this is the first-ever Bitcoin slot.
Satoshi’s Secrets hit the headlines back on Thursday 14 May when the Bitcoin video slot received an official unveiling at Bitcoin Conference Prague 2015. Highlighting the rise of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, Satoshi’s Secret is named after the mysterious creator (or creators?) behind Bitcoin. Little is known about the creator, who is named Satoshi Nakamoto.
Endorphina is banking on cryptocurrencies taking off among online casinos. You can check out Bitcoin gaming for yourself by paying a visit to Coin Palace Casino, which is home to SoftSwiss games and a Bitcoin gamers' paradise.
Background on the Endorphina-SoftSwiss Deal
Media reports have explained that both parties were discussing a potential partnership before Bitcoin Conference Prague, but it was at the even itself when a deal was finally secured. Endorphina head of sales Ruslan Lyulko said that “[it was a] pleasure doing business with SoftSwiss.” A quick integration process ensured that games were readily accessible for players at SoftSwiss casinos.
Lyulko explained that SoftSwiss players could benefit from cryptocurrency casino gaming because it eliminates the need for payments to be processed by third parties, thus minimising risks for players. SoftSwiss co-founder and CEO Ivan Montik spoke of how the deal makes sense due to the reputation his company has as a Bitcoin gaming solution provider. The deal certainly appears balanced on both sides.