SBC News BetConstruct Casino aggregator gets fresh update from Evoplay Entertainment

BetConstruct Casino aggregator gets fresh update from Evoplay Entertainment

The industry’s first 3D/VR slot games from Evoplay Entertainment have delivered a fresh update to the BetConstruct Casino aggregator.

The game development studio has agreed a deal which sees its most innovative titles made available to BetConstruct’s casino customers.

Evoplay’s portfolio includes over 50 slots, table and instant games, including the first 3D/VR slots game, ‘Necromancer’, which was debuted at ICE in February of this year.

Alexander Levchenko, CEO at Evoplay Entertainment, said: “We are delighted to partner with BetConstruct, one of the industry’s best-known platform providers.

“Our mission is to revolutionise the iGaming user experience for players around the world and we are confident of being able to do that in far more markets thanks to the scope of this deal.”

Edgar Mkrtchyan, Gaming Group Product Manager of BetConstruct, said: “Evoplay Entertainment’s games are a fresh update to the BetConstruct Casino aggregator.

“The innovative 3D/VR slots of the provider will be available for our existing and rapidly expanding list of international partners and their players.”

Evoplay is ready to make a splash over the next few months, as it bids for SBC Awards glory in the Best Gaming Innovation category on Tuesday 4 December and seeks licences from both the Malta Gaming Authority and UK Gambling Commission in early 2019.

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