NSoft has further expanded its presence in Turkey by launching its STARK hardware unit into the market, following a distribution arrangement secured with DOKA BILISIM.
Reached following ‘extensive and constructive negotiation’ finalised during Q1 2021, the deal with DOKA BILISIM will see STARK become the first-choice Self-Service Betting Terminal (SSBT) partner for the Turkish betting and gaming sector.
“I am thrilled to announce this deal with our Turkish partner,” said Dario Jurčić, NSoft CEO. “For the first time, the betting terminals will be available on the Turkish market, and we are so honoured that our premium products will be the ones to break the ice.”
STARK’s blue-chip offering is the T-1000 self standing terminal, whilst DOKA BILISIM will also distribute its Wall-T product – which can self-stand or be wall-mounted as well as the ‘best buy’ T-800 SSBT.
All of the terminal manufacturers terminals are customisable ‘to a certain extent’ depending on the type of product, and are all designed to offer multiple branding options for operators.
DOKA representative, Murat Bolten, commented on the deal: “We were searching for a reliable and trustworthy partner who is flexible and understands our market’s specifics.
“We are so happy to have found such a partner in our neighbourhood. STARK is truly an impressive manufacturer, and its products speak for themselves. The end-user in Turkey will most certainly recognise their power.”
STARK Managing Director Ivan Soče added: “STARK has an excellent track record. The company is an exclusive supplier for two national lotteries in Western Europe and over 30 other betting companies worldwide.
“STARK produces its terminals in-house and cooperates with betting and casino industry’s well-known vendors for the peripheral components.”
Maintenance of a strong presence in the Turkish market is a commercial key goal of software developer NSoft, which highlighted expansion in this sector as well as in the Central African Republic, Dominican Republic and France in its Q1 2021 trading report.