SOFTSWISS launches tree-planting campaigns for World Environment Day


SOFTSWISS played its part in World Environment Day by launching a series of initiatives to encourage environmental sustainability around its offices in Georgia and Poland. 

To celebrate the day dedicated to the environment, which took place on Wednesday June 5, several SOFTSWISS employees took part in local greening projects to enhance their cities’ ecological health.

Andrey Starovoitov, Co-CEO at SOFTSWISS, commented: “By participating in World Environment Day, we aim to draw attention to the critical importance of our planet’s health and inspire collective action among our employees and the wider community. 

“Such initiatives are essential in promoting sustainability and fostering a culture of environmental consciousness within the igaming community.”

The igaming provider’s initiatives took place in Tbilisi, Georgia’s capital city, and Warsaw, Poland’s capital, with support from local authorities to ensure the campaigns aligned with existing local environmental efforts.  

In Tbilisi, SOFTSWISS volunteers met at Seaside Park to plant a number of three-metre-high thujas – a green coniferous tree – while efforts in Warsaw saw employees plant ferns and root geraniums in Morskie Oko Park. 

The SOFTSWISS teams managed to plant over 800 trees across both campaigns. 

SOFTSWISS has launched several environmental and social campaigns in recent initiatives around the world, having recently launched a campaign to support Brazilian flood victims by allocating funds for immediate aid. 

The company’s Chief Commercial Officer, Max Trafimovich, recently spoke with CasinoBeats about SOFTSWISS’ venture into the “rapidly growing market” of social casinos.