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BetOlimp signs deal with Optima for new Multi-channel platform

Jacob CurcielBetOlimp has confirmed that it has reached an agreement with software development company Optima.

The agreement includes the provision and setup of a new OPTIMA Multichannel Gaming Suite (MGS) platform, which incorporates the well-known Margin Maker 2 system, and includes web and mobile frontend products for the BetOlimp brand.

Alexey Sinyushkin, Chief Operations Officer at BetOlimp, commented: “Optima’s MGS has an excellent, industry wide reputation in terms of performance and scalability.

“This, plus the set of professional bookmaking tools, features, and the package of integrated services will allow us to offer an excellent product and experience to our customers.

“Optima’s team has an in depth knowledge and passion around the sports betting and e-gaming business which makes them the perfect partner to assist us in achieving our aim of growth and expansion in Europe.

“This is part of a strategic plan for the business and Optima has the commitment, experience and demonstrable expertise which is necessary for BetOlimp to be able to move forward confidently with the project.”

Jacob Curciel, CEO and founder at Optima, said: “We are both pleased and excited at having the opportunity to work with BetOlimp for the set-up of a dedicated Optima powered sports betting and e-gaming web and mobile system.

“Enthusiasm, knowledge and expertise around the sports betting and e-gaming business is a vital ingredient in being a market leader in the industry, and the BetOlimp team has demonstrated that they are on a par with the very best in these areas.

“At Optima, through the delivery of a turn-key platform, we will ensure that BetOlimp has the technology and products, to achieve their objective of becoming a market leader, by delivering the best and most enjoyable customer experience across all channels.”

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