SBC News Flows supports Betroyale and Kabukicasino with Quantum Gaming

Flows supports Betroyale and Kabukicasino with Quantum Gaming

Flows has signed contracts with Betroyale and Kabukicasino in a bid to drive innovation.

The news follows Flows’ partnership announcement with Quantum Gaming, and the subsequent client contract with its first operator Wikibet.

Now, the no-code automation platform will aid the two operators in engaging customers with tailored experiences, and maintaining a ‘competitive edge’ through its existing platform.

Oliver De Bono, CEO OF Quantum Gaming, said: “Quantum Gaming is thrilled to be able to provide its operators with top-notch, reliable, and intuitive tech and support, and Flows is an important partner on that journey. Together, we are expanding the boundaries of what’s possible in igaming!”

In detail, Flows’ plug-in no-code platform is supporting businesses in accelerating development and fast-tracking integrations in a single interface and workflow automation tool. 

In harnessing the technology of Flows combined with Quantum Gaming, Betroyale and Kabukicasino will more easily create new features, automate personalised campaigns, promotions and betting options.

James King, CEO of Flows, concluded: “We are really proud to further our partnership with Quantum Gaming by supporting more of its operators as they drive to deliver excellence within their markets. 

“It’s great to see two ambitious brands see the value that Flows can bring to their business in this powerful collaboration alongside Quantum Gaming. Our platform, designed to empower and supercharge operations, finds a perfect fit with Quantum’s exceptional gaming platform. 

“Together, our tech is pushing boundaries, innovating, and redefining the gaming industry. At Flows, we don’t just enhance; we supercharge.”

King recently spoke to SBC News about how AI has ‘undeniably revolutionised ‘the user experience across multiple different industries – including igaming. 

He explained some of the impacts that AI has had on the betting and gaming sector, highlighting the work that Flows’ voice-activated technology, Flo, is doing to increase adoption of AI.

He said: “Previously, the complexity of AI solutions limited their use to tech giants. However, the emergence of platforms like OpenAI and no-code automation tools has democratised AI access. 

“Today, with clearer comprehension of AI’s capabilities and easier integration methods, businesses are poised to deliver more intuitive and personalised online gambling experiences.”

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