After inking an agreement last week that is to see its technology utilized by the domain from Nigerian iGaming operator Daar Group, online casino and sportsbook platform developer, BtoBet has now announced the signing of a ‘white-label’ deal with STM Gaming.

Agrees ‘certified partner’ arrangement:

According to an official press release from the Malta-headquartered firm published by, STM Gaming has become its first ‘certified partner’ for Africa and will now be able to provide its innovations to clients across the planet’s second-largest continent.

Assisting with African entry:

Alessandro Pizzolotto, Chief Executive Officer for STM Gaming, detailed that the new deal serves as confirmation of the ‘successful job’ his company has done in Africa while validating its accumulated ‘wealth of knowledge.’ He declared that he is now looking forward to helping fellow operators to enter the African iGaming market by providing ‘a simplified version of BtoBet’s technological product’ and handling management activities such as the provision of player support, licensing, payment, content and sportsbook processes.

Uganda-facing sportsbook:

Pizzolotto stated that his firm has already capitalized on the deal with BtoBet by finalizing ‘multiple agreements with other companies’ and recently premiered its first online casino and sportsbook for the tiny African nation of Uganda at

ICE Africa presence:

Bto explained that it will be travelling to Johannesburg’s Sandton Convention Center later this month in order to take part in the inaugural ICE Africa exhibition in the company of STM Gaming. Being organized by Clarion Events Limited and due to take place on October 24 and 25, this extravaganza is set to see gaming professionals from 52 countries spread across Africa, Europe, Asia and the Americas showcasing their latest wares and taking advantage of multiple networking opportunities.