Betradar To Service Online Gambling Software Developer

BETRADAR TO SERVICE ONLINE GAMBLING SOFTWARE DEVELOPER

22nd January, 2015 at 11:53:09
Source: http://www.azonlinecasinos.com

iSoftBet signs agreement to offer Betradar fixed odds virtual sportsbetting to customers.

Online game supplier iSoftBet has inked a content agreement with sports betting supplier Betradar, making it possible for iSoftBet to offer Betradar's fixed odds virtual sportbetting solution to its customers.

Betradar has been in business for the past 14 years, providing all necessary services to run an online bookmaking operation, such as fixtures, results, odds compiling, trading tools, in-running services, streaming, content and virtual sports.

Luci Apostolou, sales manager at iSoftBet, said in a statement Thursday:

It has become clear to us that virtual sportsbetting is now big business in modern bookmaking, and we're glad to have found a partner that can support today's market needs. We work in various regulated jurisdictions with some of the industry's most well-known brands, so we need to be sure that our operators can benefit from the best products and services which meet the high standard they expect."

Betradar's commercial director gaming, Neale Deeley said that Betradar can boast a client list that includes over 50 bookmakers around the world.

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