SBC News Alphawin joins Altenar’s roster of partners

Alphawin joins Altenar’s roster of partners

Altenar has expanded its footprint across the Bulgarian market after agreeing to supply its betting, trading and marketing solutions to Alphawin.

The Bulgarian-licensed igaming operator believes that this new commercial deal with Altenar will support the company’s plans to expand internationally.

Having been licensed since March 2022, Alphawin is confident that its plans for growth in new markets will be in motion over the next 12 months.

Alphawin largely focuses on providing innovative technologies and premium support services for its network of partners.

Alphawin joins the likes of 888.bg, winbet.bg and sesame.bg as Altenar sportsbook clients – becoming the fourth local partner to deploy the latest version of the Altenar sportsbook, a platform originally soft launched to a select quota of its partners back in April 2020.

A spokesperson for Altenar said: “Altenar would like to extend a warm welcome to Alphawin who have recently harnessed Altenar’s full-solution sports betting software.

“Here’s to further success and a long-standing relationship!”

As of March 2022 Alphawin has a Bulgarian license and is operating only in the Bulgarian market. The company has plans to expand internationally that will be realistically in motion throughout the next 12 months.

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