Parimatch secures ‘premium VS’ content with Global Bet

Parimatch has moved to expand its virtual sports inventory, partnering with independent content supplier Global Bet.

The Eastern European multi-market betting group has installed Global Bet’s ‘pro series content’ across its gaming and sports betting portfolio, allowing its customer to access ‘like-for-like virtual sports games that can be personalised for every operator’.

Further to its statement, Parimatch declared that it had chosen Global Bet as new virtual sports supplier, convinced by its ‘premium gameplay experience’ and HD simulations.

“I am very happy to announce that we finally integrated Global Bet into our games portfolio. For more than 15 years, Global Bet is well known for its high-quality life-like content and premium games. For Parimatch this is a great opportunity to add value to our existing portfolio of virtual sports games and to offer an unrivalled and unique gaming experience to our clients. ” says Eugene Saveliev, Head of Casino at Parimatch.

Global Bet CEO Daniel Grabher said, “I am happy that the leading online betting company in the CIS region has chosen Global Bet as its premium virtual sports provider and I am confident that this partnership will not only be a valuable addition to Parimatch’s portfolio, but will boost revenues both online and retail.”

“With both companies being pioneers in our respective fields and having related goals and objectives as well as the same company culture, it was abundantly clear from the beginning that a true synergy was created which exists to this day.”

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