We’re very proud to announce that BetGames has just signed a deal with Technamin, the Armenia-based platform supplier.
The partnership will integrate the entire catalogue of BetGames products into Technamin’s 5,700 casino games (from 110+ top online studios), and which includes a sportsbook with global coverage, managed risks, and a customisable player interface.
Yury Mikhaylov, BetGames Sales Director for CIS, said: “Technamin is a new and ambitious player in the iGaming space. This partnership allows us to offer our games to players across different markets - a great move as we continue our 2021 momentum with multiple new launches throughout 2022.”
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BetGames goes live on the largest Italian Affiliate
BetGames games will now also be hosted on the pages of four of the most important slot review websites. We are talking about MachineSlotOnline, PathosOnline and Richslots, which are aimed at the Italian public, and Slots-777, which instead has an international reach.
Carlo Marafioti, Co-founder at the holding company Infadawork OÜ, is excited about this new development. He said “It’s part of our mission to review all the games that have a great potential to engage our audience, because they are a great product, such as BetGames titles”.
BetGames catalog is vast, ranging from traditional card games, such as Bet on Poker and Bet on Baccarat, to other more innovative game formulas, such as Dice Duel and War of Bets.
Roundtable: The Future of ICE
Brexit. High accommodation costs. Expensive shipping fees. Are these reasons for ICE to move away from London? Is this the end of an era for the iGaming community, and what city would be a suitable replacement?
Dr. Andreas Koeberl, BetGames CEO, gave his thoughts in a roundtable discussion hosted by G3 Newswire. “ICE is connected to London, and moving away would probably cause a bit of a ‘reboot’ to the entire format. ICE London is an institution, and it might take years to re-establish the unique vibe undoubtedly amplified by its host city.”
Bringing T-Kick to Europe
How, as a business, can we engage with the TiKTok betting generation? Dr. Andreas Koeberl, BetGames CEO, sat down with European Gaming Media to speak about the challenges and potential gains. Enter, T-Kick and T-Basket:
“We seem to be appealing to new generations with a ‘Tik-Tok’ style demand for short-form content. Furthermore, the ease and understanding of our product means that we can cater to newer, casual players.”
BetGames becomes goalscorer for exciting new T-Kick release
“Players are saying, ‘I want to have a short, sharp and entertaining experience. I want a few bets, but I don’t want to spend many minutes playing. I want four, five, six bets, and use this as entertainment.’”
Dr. Andreas Koeberl, BetGames CEO, and Ian Catchick, BetGames Chief Product and Business Development Officer, gave what is perhaps our most detailed interview on the subject of Twain Sport and how it’s truly changing the face of the iGaming industry.
Read the full interview.