The week in B2B news (14 August 2020)

All the latest news from the supplier side of the industry, including updates from RTSmunity, SIS and Gaming Realms

SIS seals Betcris deal

SIS has expanded its Latam presence after sealing a supply deal with regional operator Betcris.

Under the remit of the deal, Betcris will launch SIS’s 24/7 live mixed racing channel on its online sportsbook.

Paul Witten, commercial director at SIS, said: “We’re delighted to be delivering our 24/7 Live Betting Channel to Betcris, one of the leading operators within Latin America. Our service will significantly enhance its racing offering and provide Betcris’s customers with frequent betting opportunities across all times of the day.”

JD Duarte, Betcris CEO, added: “We have strong ambitions to create the most immersive sports betting experience available and partnering with SIS is an important step to expand our racing output.”

Gaming Realms inks Jumpman Gaming agreement

Gaming Realms has inked a deal which will see its slingo originals content go live with Jumpman Gaming.

The multi-year agreement will see Jumpman Gaming afforded access to Gaming Realms’ entire portfolio via Scientific Games Digital’s OGS.

Michael Buckley, Gaming Realms executive chair, said: “We’re delighted that through our partnership with Scientific Games we have been able to launch our Slingo Originals content with Jumpman, a key innovator in the igaming industry operating an extensive network of partner sites.”

Kris Kukula, Jumpman Gaming MD, added: “We’re delighted to welcome the Slingo content to our network. Given its success, both in the UK and globally, we believe it will be a perfect fit to expand our customer and entertainment experience.”

RTSmunity secures forBET partnership

Esports odds provider RTSmunity has secured a partnership with Polish sportsbook forBET.

ForBET customers will now be afforded access to a number of esports markets via RTSmunity’s solution.

Pavol Krasnovský, RTSmunity CEO, said: “We are very happy to start a new partnership with forBET. We are very confident in our solution, and we have demonstrated that we are able to make esports a growing stream of revenue for sportsbook operators.”

Petr Pacinek, forBET GM, added: “Esports betting is still a developing industry, but already very competitive, and you can’t succeed without having the best offer. That’s why we have chosen RTSmunity to be our new partner, and we count on them to bring us to the top.”

Gamanza to launch with Betsson Group

Gamanza is set to launch its games portfolio with the Betsson Group via its integration with iSoftBet’s Game Aggregation Platform (GAP).

The agreement marks Gamanza’s first supply deal outside of Switzerland where its titles are currently available to five land-based casinos.

Tim Lawrenson, Gamanza product director, said: “To launch with a prestigious operator such as Betsson is a fantastic achievement for the team.

“We fully expect the portfolio we are building to engage players in a wide variety of markets, so we are really excited for the launch,” he added.

NetGame Entertainment taps into Salsa Technology GAP

NetGame Entertainment has signed a content supply deal with Salsa Technology to launch titles onto its Game Aggregation Platform (GAP).

NetGame has unveiled 30 new titles overt the last two years and will join more than 50 other third-party content providers on the Salsa GAP.

Salsa Technology CEO Peter Nolte said: “NetGame Entertainment has curated a wonderful selection of casino titles and we cannot wait to welcome these to our GAP. Our leading position in the Latam market will enable NetGame to expand further into this incredibly exciting region.”

Andrey Vajdyuk, NetGame head of business development, added: “Our partnership with Salsa Technology and their GAP presence is an excellent opportunity to expand NetGame’s presence in the Latam market which is full of potential.”

QL Gaming acquires online tennis community

D2C consumer sports data and egaming affiliate platform QL Gaming has acquired online tennis community TennisInsight.

The tennis statistics site holds data on all 550,000 professional matches since 2000 and boasts player ratings and actual vs. predicted odds.

Justin Park, QL Gaming CEO, said: “We envision BetQL as an all-in-one platform where users can find insightful data for all sports. We’ve learned that the best way to offer an authentic experience around a particular sport is to partner with a business whose sole focus is that sport.

“We can’t think of a better partner than Ulysses Oliver and TennisInsight to power BetQL’s tennis product,” he added.

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