SBC News BetConstruct agrees odds provision partnership with Gaming1

BetConstruct agrees odds provision partnership with Gaming1

betconstructGambling and sports betting technology provider BetConstruct has confirmed that it has agreed an odds provision partnership with Belgium focused operator Gaming1. Betconstruct will provide live odds provisions to Gaming1 brand Circus.be, which will gain access to a potential 20,000 markets.

BetConstruct CEO Vahe Baloulian welcomed Gaming1 to its services and provisions, commenting:-

Gaming1 is a company that specializes in offering their clients high-performance products and that is why our relationship with them is a natural one”,

“To work with companies of this class is both rewarding and enlightening. We are confident that BetConstruct Odds Feed, including over 20,000 live matches per month, will benefit Gaming1’s clients, starting with Circus.be, and will contribute to player satisfaction and retention.”

“Because our goal at Gaming1 is to provide the best possible product to our clients, we have decided to partner with BetContstruct to provide the odds for our betting products. The fluency of the flow, the greatest number of live events covered worldwide and the flexibility of BetConstruct have really convinced us”, commented Sylvain Boniver, CEO of Gaming1

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