SDB Games launches on Gamingtec platform

Jaki Becker
Jaki Becker, SDB Games.

SDB Games have announced that Gamingtec have integrated its range of skill-based Football and Cricket games in five different languages.

The games are a welcome addition to a games portfolio that includes more than 1,500 casino games from software providers such as Microgaming, NetEnt and Evolution.

Sapar Karyagdyyev, Managing Director of Gamingtec, said: “We are delighted to offer SDB Games’ unique stat-based games to our customers. The games allow operators to target a new audience and offer jackpot prizes of up to $1.000.000 per week.

“SDB Games’ One2One, 6+3 and My Dream 11, also offer a new and refreshing alternative to traditional fantasy games where players have the ongoing responsibility of managing a seasonal budget.

“The games can also be used as an effective acquisition and retention tool whilst giving players a fun, rich experience where they can bet on a single match. We have been very impressed by the capability of the SDB Games team and we look forward to a very successful partnership.”

Jaki Becker, Sales Director of SDB Games, said: “This is undoubtedly a fantastic partnership for SDB Games, giving us a solid market entry platform with multiple operators in a multitude of languages.

“Gamingtec has a reputation for providing excellent localised gaming software solutions and our products are created to cater to every market and genre of sport. We believe Gamingtec will provide a great gateway to operators and we look forward to exploring future opportunities.”

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