A Referral System has been added to the SOFTSWISS Casino Platform, which is utilized by online casinos, to assist operators in reducing player acquisition expenses and increasing potential income by using their current user base to draw in new customers.
The Referral System gives operators control over the guidelines for referral bonuses and allows them to choose the number of invitation prizes in order to draw in new customers. The system is straightforward to use from the player’s viewpoint, and referring a new player just requires five easy steps: generating the link, sharing it, fulfilling the referral requirements, and collecting the prize.
The Casino Platform Referral System was created by SOFTSWISS with the goal of building a robust player base, rewarding loyalty, and retaining players on the operator’s platform. Existing users are encouraged to actively invite other participants since there are no incentive restrictions, maximizing their potential benefits and maintaining a steady stream of new referrals.
With the help of the system’s trackable data, inviters may keep an eye on their own performance, follow the development of the people they have invited, and maintain motivation to meet the requirements for obtaining invitation prizes.
The new marketing tool’s implementation into the Casino Platform, according to Daria Avtuchovich, Head of SOFTSWISS Casino Platform, is a significant step towards assisting our partners in growing their player bases. Additionally, recommended consumers often have greater conversion rates, which boosts lifetime value and increases brand advocacy. Referral programs increase brand awareness and have a favorable effect on player retention while encouraging higher levels of involvement by using social proof. The Referral System reaffirms SOFTSWISS’ dedication to giving its partners cutting-edge technologies and improving the overall gaming experience.
The GLI-33 accreditation for the SOFTSWISS Casino Platform was recently attained.
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