iGaming solutions supplier SOFTSWISS and crypto payment processing provider CoinsPaid announced they have donated $50,000 to deliver aid to the people affected by the recent natural disaster in Turkey. The donation was made to help earthquake survivors rebuild their lives and get access to basic necessities.
Nurullah Yildiz, a SOFTSWISS representative who visited the earthquake-affected territory in Turkey, noted: “When we were in the disaster area, we saw towns lying in ruins. It was devastating. We contacted the survivors to find out what they needed most and how we could help.”
The SOFTSWISS and CoinsPaid teams procured container houses and got them transferred to the survivors. They also helped people, especially families in urgent need and those who have disabled children or lost their relatives, get food and clean water.
“Such terrible events should not be overlooked by those who can help. SOFTSWISS has both the ability and the desire to help people in need,” the company said in a social media post. “And in this unfortunate time, we are extending financial aid to support the victims in Turkey.”
Ivan Montik, Founder of SOFTSWISS, said: “We have the opportunity to support people in need. It is terrible what happened in Turkey and what is happening in Ukraine. People shouldn’t face this, but life always shows us that nobody is protected here, so we chose to help those who need it.”
SOFTSWISS participates in several global campaigns and initiatives to support people in need, the company notes. Since the start of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the provider has been actively helping Ukrainian people, having donated over EUR 1 million. The support for Turkey is a continuation of the ongoing commitment to this cause, SOFTSWISS pointed out.
Its community-centered initiatives come as the company sees success in its gaming endeavors. Last week, SOFTSWISS unveiled it has perceived 40% client portfolio growth year over year for its Casino Platform in 2022, as the flagship product celebrates its 10th anniversary. Presented in 2013, the SOFTSWISS Casino Platform has seen over 400 successful projects launched to date.
According to the company, 2022 was “a breakthrough year” for the product, with 57 new projects launched and 4.5 million active players. The Casino Platform powers 200 live brands from Europe, Latin America and Asia, with 73% of all projects supporting crypto. In February 2023, SOFTSWISS won the “Crypto Company of the Year” title at the International Gaming Awards.