BETER Live Expands Reach with SoftGamings
BETER Live has signed a partnership deal with iGaming platform developer SoftGamings, to extend the reach of its Live Casino solution.
2nd December 2022 – Press Release
Live casino provider BETER Live, part of the industry-leading provider BETER, has announced a new partnership with SoftGamings, which grants SoftGamings’ operators access to BETER Live’s large selection of games.
BETER Live’s library includes a vast array of exciting, stylish games from cutting-edge studios to suit all tastes, from Baccarat, Andar Bahar, and Sic Bo to the brand-new Gravity Blackjack, which features unique multipliers.
Anna Vikmane, Director at BETER Live, said:
“I’m very excited to start working with SoftGamings as I know they’ll be able to get the best out of our games library. What’s more, our cooperation will undoubtedly help us to strengthen and raise awareness of the BETER Live brand, whereas SoftGamings’ partners will appreciate the quality content featured in our games,”
Yori Arami, CRO at BETER, commented:
“Regarding our visions for developing the iGaming market, we and SoftGamings are on the same page. Therefore, we actively encourage the use of new tools and solutions. Partnering with such a large game aggregator will help BETER Live increase the reach of its offering and provide unique content to the European, Latin American, and CIS markets.”
SoftGamings Head of Partnerships, Anna Lalina said:
“We’re always enthusiastic about innovations and fresh offerings in the iGaming market and are excited about this new partnership with BETER Live. We can offer them plenty of opportunities to enhance their reputation, while their content will give our operators new profitable results. I hope our collaboration with BETER Live is long and fruitful.”
Press Release Ends
For a new Live Casino provider, one of the most difficult things is getting visibility of your games, so partnering with a software platform provider is crucial if you want your business to succeed.
BETER Live has chosen well, as their games can now be easily integrated by SoftGamings customers.
I like the games BETER Live has produced so far. My hope is they get a UK license so I can play them.
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