Online gaming platform developer, Bede Gaming Limited, has acclaimed 2018 as its ‘most successful year’ thanks to the completion of ten content integration agreements alongside ‘its biggest commercial contract to date’ with Canada’s Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation.
Three new clients:
The British firm was established in 2012 and used an official press release to explain that it has amassed three new major clients since January while additionally detailing that it is on course to post a 30% increase year-on-year in terms of content integration deals.
The Newcastle-upon-Tyne-headquartered innovator stated that its recent content integration arrangements such as those with sportsbetting solutions firms Kambi Group and SBTech had been completed in around four weeks. It furthermore declared that this rapidity had bolstered its reputation for being able to quickly manage and complete ‘some of the fastest and most efficient software integration processes in the gaming industry.’
‘Serious’ about content:
Ross Haselhurst (pictured), Commercial Director for Bede Gaming Limited, described 2018 as ‘our best year yet’ thanks to his firm’s inking of ‘three major commercial deals’ as well as ‘ten content supplier integrations in as many months.’ He also proclaimed that these arrangements had complemented the developer’s already ‘comprehensive range of over 100 of the biggest supplier partners’ to show ‘just how serious we are about content.’
Haselhurst’s statement read…
“We also now offer two major sportsbooks in Kambi Group and SBTech as well as expanding our portfolio into virtual sports following our deal with Kiron Interactive earlier this year. And with our relationship with the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation expanding, we will be adding more lottery games to our portfolio in the coming months too. Next year looks set to be bigger even than 2018; watch this space.”
Haselhurst stated that his firm focuses ‘on quality over quantity’ while furthermore detailing its list of recent integration partners had encompassed Habanero Systems BV, Play’n Go Malta Limited, Pragmatic Play Limited and Yggdrasil Gaming Limited. He concluded by declaring that these clients had added their games to a platform that had already featured content from the likes of International Game Technology, NetEnt AB, Microgaming and Gamevy Limited.