Online gaming software developer EvenBet Gaming has heralded the signing of an agreement that will see it supply its customizable digital poker turnkey solution to progressive platform innovator InBet Games.

A subsidiary of Dutch digital applications firm iGaming Network NV, EvenBet Gaming stated that its ‘multi-functional’ poker innovation provides online gaming operators with ‘exceptional reliability and scalability’ and has been designed to revive a vertical that numerous firms may have previously overlooked.

Dmitry Starostenkov, Chief Executive Officer for EvenBet Gaming, declared via an official press release that InBet Games shares his firm’s ‘flair for versatile software solutions’ before proclaiming that he had been pleased with its ‘capacity’.

“There is enormous potential for mutual growth over the coming years and we look forward to seeing how more and more players embrace our retooled poker games,” read a Thursday statement from Starostenkov. “This agreement provides further vindication that we are offering the leading turnkey poker product on the market.”

Starostenkov further explained that InBet Games has recently become a leading platform provider to iGaming operators in many Eastern European nations and additionally has visions of expanding globally including into the markets of Africa and Latin America.

EvenBet Gaming moreover detailed that it has assisted in the launch of some 50 online poker rooms over the previous nine years and recently went a step further by premiering a new daily fantasy sports service that operators may easily integrate into their existing offerings.

For his part, Paul Korolev, Business Development DXirector for InBet Games, proclaimed that the agreement with EvenBet Gaming will equip his firm’s platform with the ‘final key component of poker’.

“We were drawn to the ease of integration and EvenBet Gaming’s commitment to reinventing the poker space with new formats such as Open Face Chinese,” read a statement from Korolev. “Together, we are securing deeper user engagement with math engines that enhance playability and gameplay.”