Online casino and sportsbook platform developer BtoBet has announced the signing of an agreement that is to see its innovations utilized by the new domain from Nigerian iGaming operator Daar Group.

Operator wants to become a major player:

According to an official Thursday press release published by European Gaming Media and Events, the Malta-headquartered firm explained that Daar Group inked the deal in hopes of soon becoming a major player in the local online sportsbetting and gaming industries.

Parties combine well:

Raymond Dokpesi from Daar Group declared that the advanced technologies from BtoBet should combine well with the operator’s own regional experience to considerably reduce the new website’s time to market. He further stated that his firm’s future plans now sit alongside the innovator’s reputation ‘as one of the major players in the industry’ thanks to its efforts to ‘not only improve its technologies but also to anticipate the industry’s future scenarios.’

Dokpesi’s statement read…

“Partnering with BtoBet and making use of its advanced platforms will enable to place the player at the center of its operations, offering them the best possible betting experience.”

ICE Africa appearance:

Last week saw BtoBet premiere an in-house ‘white-label’ certification program while the developer proclaimed 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. 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.

BtoBet detailed that the upcoming exhibition is to give it the ‘opportunity to meet local and international operators’ while additionally showcasing its ‘gaming portfolio and innovations.’