Sportsbook and iGaming platform provider BtoBet has entered into a partnership agreement with Spinomenal, leading cross-platform games supplier to some of the industry’s largest casino gaming operators.

Commenting on the new endeavor, Lior Shvartz, CEO for Spinomenal, said: “We constantly strive to reach the perfect balance of amazing graphics, fun game flow and easy access for worldwide clients. Since its foundation, Spinomenal has created more than 85 original cross-platform games and we are just getting warmed up! We are very excited about the integration with BtoBet and are always happy to work with such a responsive and professional team of experts who are able to make the process easy and fast,” according to the press release.

BtoBet CEO Kostandina Zafirovska, meanwhile, explained why the new partnership is a good fit for the company, stating: “Spinomenal has interesting set of games and we’re enthusiastic about integrating their content onto BtoBet’s platform, ready for any regulated market. I firmly believe the combination of Spinomenal’s games proposal and BtoBet’s platform will definitely provide operators with the possibility to elaborate unique offers, tailored for every single market, offering more than 3,000 exciting games. Additionally, with our sophisticated Recommendation engine, operators can suggest to players their preferred games, at the ideal time and on their preferred device.”

Malta-headquartered BtoBet is ending the year with bang having won in the category “Rising star in Sports Betting Innovation 2017” at the SBC Awards earlier this month; followed by a partnership agreement with London-based iGaming company iSoftBet aimed at growing their markets in Africa and Latin America. Shortly after, BtoBet was chosen by Africa-based leading sports betting, lottery and gaming operator EDITEC as a technological partner to further grow its online business across the continent; and finally having wrapped up the year nicely with the Spinomenal deal.

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