SBC News NSoft announces link-up with Superbet Poland

NSoft announces link-up with Superbet Poland

NSoft has confirmed the release of its products to Superbet Poland following the securing of a Polish retail betting license.

Three new games have been launched for Superbet Poland through NSoft’s SEVEN platform: Greyhound Races, Virtual Motorcycle Speedway and Live Betting MTS, allowing customers to to engage and enjoy the full NSoft experience.

NSoft’s content and technology are delivered throughout a modern customer platform providing dynamic gaming solutions and an emphasis on a realistic user experience.

As well as the SEVEN platform, the firm’s expansive portfolio includes lotteries, a sportsbook, Betradar and a number of virtual games.

Forming in 2008, NSoft’s stated aim is to provide betting shop owners with powerful and visually appealing platforms, amazing virtual games and a data-packed sportsbook – while also helping them grow their business.

The amended Polish Gambling Act 2016 has opened up the country to sports betting, with the government suggesting it could have up to 50 slot halls in operation by the end of the year.

Poland’s new law permits international operators to apply for online sports betting licenses, provided they are willing to pay the 12% betting turnover tax. Most operators have since exited the Polish market or continued to serve Polish gamblers without authorisation.

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