SBTech to showcase new Asian facing products at G2E Asia

SBTechSBTech, are set to showcase their cutting-edge live betting and mobile offering and their recently launched Asian facing solution at G2E Asia, the premier Asian trade event, held in Macau.

SBTech will showcase their entirely new Asian platform, available for online and mobile. The interface has been specifically designed to address the Asian punters preferences and includes an advanced agent and network management system, a full suite of back office tools that allow networks to manage their own risk and profit, and full coverage of all popular Asian bet types such as Asian handicap and over/under betting options. Plus, there’s a seamlessly integrated premium casino featuring all the top casino games and live dealer products from leading providers.

SBTech’s high-end live betting offering covers 12,000 live events monthly with 200+ bet types on more than 30 types of sports. Its mobile platform offers all the same coverage as the web with an intuitive HTML5 based design that sets a new industry benchmark for easy navigability.

Itai Zak, CEO of SBTech commented, “Asian punters now expect the convenience of a modern, intuitive and user friendly front end which features all popular Asian bet types as well as single wallet sign on across sports betting and casino. We provide this; punters can switch effortlessly from sports book to casino whether betting by web or mobile. This powerful system allows betting from anywhere; punters can start betting at a retail location or with an agent and continue online from home. We offer truly multi-channel betting; a perfect fit to today’s evolving market.” 

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