New industry incumbent BetWarrior announces its full product launch powered by OMEGA Systems as lead platform provider, supporting the continued development of BetWarrior’s fully native mobile product.
Disclosed this summer, BetWarrior is the new venture formed by former PokerStars executives Morten Tonnesen (CEO) and José del Pino (COO), detailing the firm’s mission statement of establishing BetWarrior as a leading mobile betting proposition within burgeoning European and LATAM markets.
Making its debut, BetWarrior digital provisions will be powered the OMEGA CORE platform, providing the venture its central management system, in which BetWarrior will integrate Kambi sportsbook solutions and EveryMatrix’s flagship CasinoEngine solution.
Morten Tonnesen, co-founder and CEO of BetWarrior, said: “This partnership with OMEGA Systems is an important step in the development of BetWarrior. Our fully native platform is a game-changer for an industry that has, until now, struggled to capitalise on the opportunities presented by mobile.
“OMEGA matches our own approach to technology. The team has worked with agility and efficiency to deliver a seamless integration ahead of schedule, and we look forward to building a long-lasting relationship.”
Placing mobile engagement at the heart of its enterprise strategy, last June, BetWarrior sanctioned Copenhagen digital product studio Shape, to fully develop its native app compliant with Apple’s upcoming guidelines for entry into the App Store. The platform is currently live in Latin America.
Backing BetWarrior ambitions, Jim Godsell, CEO of OMEGA Systems, said: “The OMEGA CORE platform has been developed with fast-moving and ambitious operators such as BetWarrior in mind. The tools it provides will allow BetWarrior to accelerate its growth and adapt to market challenges across multiple jurisdictions.
“We will continue to work closely with BetWarrior to ensure all its needs are met, as we further build out our product offering to guarantee our partners the best platform development service in gaming.”