In keeping with its effort to expand its lottery partner portfolio, online gaming platform developer, Bede Gaming, is now an Associate Member of the European Lotteries (EL) Association.
According to a press release…
It is expected that the EL General Assembly will officially confirm the Associate Member status of the leading supplier of software to the online gambling industry during the 10th EL Congress. Belgium’s Loterie Nationale will be hosting the annual event, which is scheduled to take place at Flanders Meeting Convention Center in Antwerp, Belgium from May 26th – 28th 2019.
The announcement of what is a key endorsement of Bede Gaming’s services comes after ‘its biggest commercial contract to date’ with Canada’s Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation in 2018.
The award-winning supplier hailed 2018 as its “most successful” year, courtesy of the completion of ten content integration agreements, including those with sportsbetting solutions firms Kambi Group and SBTech.
Managing Director for Bede, Alex Butcher, said…
“Acceptance as an Associate Member of the EL is a significant endorsement of the quality and reliability of our services to the lottery industry, underlining the strength of our reputation and commercial momentum in the sector.
“It is a real honour to be selected into this prestigious organisation to represent and uphold the membership body’s high standards of service. The opportunities for lotteries in integrating with powerful and scalable digital platforms are clear and we look forward to extending our offering in the coming months.”
The New Castle upon Tyne-headquartered developer’s new status comes on the heels of its February announcement that in the months to come it will be making a concerted effort at expanding into Spain’s iGaming market.
Bede’s online gaming platform is fully-licensed by Spain’s Direccion General de Ordenacion del Juego (DGOJ) regulator and is already being utilized by the Enracha.es domain from fellow British firm The Rank Group.
Bede’s platform features a catalog of more than 3,000 games alongside a portfolio of responsible gambling innovations that make it ‘the safest place to play.’
The EL is the European umbrella organization of national lotteries operating games of chance for the public benefit in 43 countries throughout Europe, including all 28 EU Member States. It brings together private and state-owned operators, both profit and non-profit, who operate on behalf of the state.