BetConstruct boosts cross-platform content with OMI Gaming

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European gambling technology and software provider BetConstruct has announced that it will add OMI Gaming (OMI) content to its online casino platform.

Securing a multi-year content partnership, BetConstruct will add OMI titles to its Spring Platform widening its games selection for European igaming clients.

Partnering with OMI, BetConstruct selects one of the industry’s newer games developers. The Stockholm-based games developer describes itself as a cross-platform industry content specialist, delivering games for mobile and desktop devices via HTML5.

Vahe Baloulian Chief Executive of BetConstruct welcomed OMI as new content partners, stating that his team had been impressed with OMI Gaming titles.

“Offering a diversified portfolio of casino games is one of our goals. To that end we always seek out young and innovative companies, which are not burdened by corporate structures and can think and act without artificial constraints. OMI is such a company and we are happy to present their games to our partners.”

OMI Chief Executive Andre Orefjärd was pleased to have secured a major partnership with a recognized industry platform provider, stating

“We are excited to become BetConstruct casino content partner and enhance their offering with our selection of games, original content and upcoming   game titles. Also as BetConstruct have a strong presence in Eastern Europe with this agreement we get a chance to promote our games in those markets.”

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