This week in B2B news (23 September)

All of the latest news from the supplier sector of the industry, including updates from Swintt, SportingRisk and Infront Bettor

SportingRisk debuts PropFutures 

SportingRisk has debuted its new product, PropFutures, focused on player prop and interval-based markets.

The product is offered both via an API and a MTS to operators for more than 1,000 betting markets. The tool uses the company’s database and predictive modelling to support the offering

Henry Newman, SportingRisk CEO said: “PropFutures is currently the only product of its kind offering pricing and insights from only one source, making integration for the client as seamless and flexible as it could possibly be.

“PropFutures is currently the only product of its kind offering pricing and insights from only one source, making integration for the client as seamless and flexible as it could possibly be,” he added. 

Swintt lands UKGC licence 

Swintt has been awarded a licence by the UK Gambling Commission (UKGC) as its continues to expand operations throughout regulated markets.

Swintt will now be able to provide its collection of slots and live casino content, including The Crown titles featuring former footballer turned actor Vinnie Jones.

David Mann, Swintt CEO said: “Swintt is thrilled to be able to announce the issuance of a UK licence that will enable us to share our incredible collection of games with players at UKGC-licensed platforms for the very first time.

“While we should be able to announce the first of our UK partners shortly, in the meantime I can assure players that it won’t be long until they’re able to access some of our award-winning titles and experience the features that have helped us become one of the leading software providers,” he added.

Infront unveils betting-focused video and data product

 Infront is to enter the sports betting industry after launching its Infront Bettor service to provide video streaming and data to operators.

The new offering includes 30 rights holders and federations including the English Football League and Turkish Super Lig. Infront Bettor will provide low-latency streams to bookmakers as firm’s look to diversify customer engagement tools.

Amikam Kranz, Infront VP of media, betting and technology, said: “We see real potential in providing this new Infront Bettor service for betting operators which, as a result, will improve fans’ experience of watching sport.

“Not only does this new team diversify Infront’s business further, but it will help combine our media and technological expertise to unlock additional revenue streams for our many stakeholders.”

Continent 8 Technologies nets Michigan approval

Continent 8 Technologies has been given the green light by the Michigan Gaming Control Board (MGCB) to launch its regulated gaming cloud in the state.

The firm’s gaming cloud is a public cloud that offers a scalable platform for users to host infrastructure, containers, data and network edge services.

The product is already available throughout the North American market, including New Jersey and Pennsylvania.

Justin Cosnett, Continent 8 Technologies chief product officer, said: “Achieving approval from the Michigan Gaming Control Board for our gaming community cloud is an important strategic development for Continent 8, as demand for secure and compliant cloud solutions continues to rise.

“We understand the power of the first-mover, pay-as-you-grow advantage in such highly competitive states and markets, and strive to offer this to our customers,” Cosnett added.

Xpoint Verify goes live in US

Geolocation firm Xpoint has secured a partnership with Sporttrade to launch its real-money gaming product Xpoint Verify.

Sporttrade recently went live in New Jersey and Xpoint will provide its tech to ensure regulatory compliance based on location data.

Marvin Sanderson, Xpoint CEO, said: “This announcement marks another milestone for Xpoint, and will serve as a further accelerant for new customer acquisition, supporting our growth targets and helping us continue to transform our marketplace.”

Alex Kane, Sporttrade CEO, added: “We were attracted to work with Xpoint because they bring real innovation, rich experience of our industry, and most of all a true sense of partnership by going deeper than just simply verifying customers’ location.”

1X2 Network expands in Denmark

1X2 Network has bolstered its presence in Denmark after landing a supply agreement with

Under the remit of the deal, 1X2 will supply the online casino with its portfolio of titles, including Wolf Strike Hold and Win, and Gods of Asgard Megaways.

Rory Kimber, 1X2 Network marketing director, said: “We’re thrilled to increase our footprint in Denmark, especially with such a prestigious brand and we look forward to showcasing our games to a whole new audience through”

Jonas Madsen, Royal Casino head of CRM, added: “Since our inception we have made a point of only partnering with the very best companies in the industry. 1X2 Network’s games meet our high standards of quality and we expect their games to be well received by our customers.”

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