NSoft secures MTS Eastern European double this January

Karlo Kralj – NSoft

Industry omni-channel software and systems provider NSoft begins 2019 in strong form, securing two new Eastern European managed-trading-services (MTS) betting contracts with CloverBet Romania and Orion Tip Slovakia.

Announced this week, NSoft will power CloverBet Romania’s retail network of 50 betting shops with its comprehensive in-play MTS sportsbook solution, delivering over 25,000 live events per month across 20 sports.

Commenting on the update Karlo Kralj, Regional Sales Manager at NSoft – “We have implemented our In-Play Betting MTS solution to CloverBet branch network. It perfectly fits the existing CloverBet`s business requiring no additional costs. Full responsiveness of our Sportsbook´s solution is a major precondition for further development of cooperation with our new client – CloverBet,”

The CloverBet deal follows, NSoft confirming this January that it will enhance legacy Slovakian bookmaker Orion Tip with its new pre-match and in-play MTS capacities.

This 2019, Orion Tip will move to expand its betting market depth and range of content, securing more than 370 000 events from 60 different sports (Pre-Match MTS) and up to 25,000 live events per month across 20+ sports (In-Play MTS) together with corresponding odds and results

“This represents a continuation of the existing cooperation with Orion Tip who has introduced NSoft’s sports betting offer to its players via terminals and now extended it to retail offer.” NSoft details in its update.

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