Playtech BGT launches retail & digital crossover app BetTracker

Pushing industry omni-channel conversion, Playtech Plc’s sports betting division Playtech BGT is set to launch its BetTracker mobile app, allowing customers to transfer their sports bets to their mobile devices after placing them in-shop.

The innovative app allows for retail to digital crossover, as customers can watch their bets progress and even cash them out on the Playtech system, which sits on the same platform as the BGT terminals commonly found in bookmakers throughout the UK and Ireland.

BetTracker will be soon made available through Apple and Andorid app stores, Playtech BGT development teams stated that the app will optimise convenience for client customers without an online account, allowing them to scan a ticket to the bespoke app and monitor event progress.

John Pettit Playtech BGT  UK, Ireland and Australia Managing Director, commented on the BetTracker launch:

“We’re pleased to introduce BetTracker, a revolutionary product which will provide a real boost to the retail sector, improve the user experience, and increase operator revenues.

“We appreciate that some shop customers prefer anonymity and don’t want online accounts. Others like the sociability their local bookie offers. This solution caters for both, bringing the technology that is now routine online into retail estates for the first time.

“Playtech BGT continues to drive innovation in the retail space, and we look forward to seeing BetTracker transform the betting experience for customers in all shops up and down the country.”

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