Omni-channel sports betting solutions provider Playtech BGT Sports (PBS) has teamed up with OPAP to roll out its new sports betting digital platform, Quantum.
Under the terms of the agreement, OPAP will become the first operator to gain access to the Quantum platform. It strengthens the existing partnership between PBS and OPAP after the two agreed to integrate the PBS retail sports betting platform across OPAP’s Greek retail estate in 2017.
Commenting on the new partnership between PBS and OPAP, Playtech BGT Sports CEO Armin Sageder said: “OPAP is one of the most renowned gaming companies internationally and we’re thrilled to be debuting our state-of-the-art multi-channel sportsbook with them.
“The result of over two years of development, we have no doubt that QUANTUM Digital will prove to be a growth driver for OPAP throughout 2020 and beyond. We look forward to a continued successful relationship together for many years to come.”
PBS’ Quantum will deliver an omnichannel betting operation, allowing customers to access every retail and online bet entry point simultaneously from one centralised source.
Damian Cope, CEO of OPAP, added: “The introduction of the PBS platform, across all of our retail betting outlets in Greece, has been a critical element in the improvement and growth of OPAP’s retail sports betting performance.
“We are therefore pleased to be expanding our partnership with the adoption of the QUANTUM digital platform, which will provide OPAP with a number of exciting new opportunities. We look forward to continuing our productive relationship with PBS in the future.”