Thu, Mar 21, 1:23pm by Staff Writer
BetConstruct has announced a strategic partnership with the Novomatic Interactive division Greentube.
Greentube’s content will roll out with BetConstruct’s casinos and operators imminently, Calvin Ayre reports.
With more than two decades of industry experience, Greentube Internet Entertainment Solutions has propelled itself to the iGaming Olympus.
As a result of this new partnership, the online game developer will be enhancing BetConstruct’s RNG library with more than 400 slots.
The head of sales at Greentube Daniel Lechner said, “we pride ourselves in delivering the best interactive and most diversified portfolio that the iGaming sector has to offer and our new partnership with BetConstruct will further strengthen the connection between consumers and Greentube games in both Armenia and across the world.”
“We eagerly anticipate the great things to come as a result of our new partnership and look forward to an exciting collaboration with one of the world’s leading betting and gaming solutions providers.”
BetConstruct’s innovative and proven offerings include an extensive range of products and services, including sportsbook, sports data solutions, retail solutions, RNG & Live Dealer casino, VR casino, poker, skill games, fantasy sports, social platform and more.
The latest addition is the industry-first complete management infrastructure, SpringBME (Business Management Environment).
BetConstruct founder and chief executive officer Vigen Badalyan commented, “we chose the content for our industry-leading gaming catalogue with a single objective – to deliver the opportunity for business growth to our operators and to ensure their players get the biggest and best selection of games.”
“Adding Greentube’s games to our platform serves both goals in an excellent way and we look forward to our mutually beneficial and productive partnership,” he said.
BetConstruct is an award-winning developer and provider of online and land-based gaming solutions with development, sales and service centres around the globe.
— Gaming Intelligence (@GamingIntell) March 20, 2019
This latest announcement marks a busy month for the developer, after they signed a deal to provide Winners.bet with an esports and Odds Feed service.
The software developer shares the constant growth and improvement values of Winners.bet and this kind of like-mindedness brought the companies together.
With the offering of the major championships such as League of Legends, CS:GO, DOTA2, KOG, Starcraft, Starcraft2 and Rainbow Six, BetConstruct will be providing an outstanding esports betting experience to the players of Winners.bet.
Winners.bet is one of three primary WIN products, along with Winners League and WIN.GG.
Winners League is a Counter-Strike: Global Offensive league offering teams the opportunity to prove their skill and ability in a competitive environment.
Winners League is already the biggest league on the Faceit platform after just one season of play, with more than 700 teams registered.
The second season of Winners League will kick off in April, with increased prize pools and added competition from North America for the first time.
WIN.GG is a comprehensive esports media platform. Featuring breaking news, expert analysis, live scores, updating schedules and one of the biggest statistical and informational databases in all of esports, WIN.GG is at the cutting edge of esports media.
BetConstruct also showcased an assortment of products last week at the Enada Primavera event in Italy.
It is an event dedicated to the gaming industry and is considered one of the biggest exhibitions in Southern Europe.
BetConstruct is ready to enter the regulated Italian market offering its outstanding solutions to Italian operators to stand out from the competition.
Enada Primavera aims to network directly with decision makers and come up with innovative updates for the iGaming industry.
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