Our Business Evolution Continues!
2021 was a challenging year for everyone, whatever their work or industry. But for BetGames, it was also a year to challenge ourselves to do better and become more. It bore fruit, and has set the stage for everything we’re doing in 2022. Andreas Koeberl, BetGames CEO, spoke with SBC News to reflect on a year of change and growth, and to discuss our plans and ambitions for 2022. What’s coming? Incredible new product lines and a different approach to the business.
Read the full interview here.
BetGames to supply Avento!
The entire BetGames portfolio is available, including our enhanced lottery games and genre-leading Wheel of Fortune. Avento holds multiple licences, and has a strong foothold in key global markets via its five casino brands: Slot V, Frank Casino, Mr Bit, Aplay Casino and Drift Casino.
John-Paul Rowland, BetGames VP for Europe & Asia, said: “As a highly-ambitious company, it’s always great to enhance our reach by partnering with popular operators. We’re delighted to team up with a vibrant and rapidly growing company like Avento, allowing us to deliver our exciting games to more players.”
Judging at the SBC Awards 2022
Aiste was a judge for SBC 2021 last December, and was also on the panel for the Global Gaming Awards.
She said, “It’s not only an honour and a privilege to be asked to judge, it’s also a fascinating experience - one where I can see in great detail how companies push, overcome barriers and truly raise the bar - something that encourages others in our industry to follow suit. I can’t wait to help judge this year’s SBC nominations.”
Shortlisted - Best Live Casino Provider in the Baltics (2022)
This year, we have been nominated in the Best Live Casino Provider in the Baltics category.
Winners will be decided by attending delegates at the MARE BALTICUM Gaming Summit in Vilnius, on May 12.
Good luck to all of the providers going for gold in this B2B category!
Enter the Metaverse
And how will a network of 3D virtual worlds with a focus on social connection - commonly linked to ‘Web 3-0’ where users control and own their creations and online identities - be implemented in iGaming?
Our industry, like every other industry, is trying to get its head around the idea - and looking to carve out some niche space.
Dr. Andreas Köberl, BetGames CEO, was one of the professionals that iGaming Business interviewed on this topic.
Read the full article.