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Innovative live dealer and betting games studio BetGames has gone live with the iGaming and sports betting solutions provider, Technamin, allowing the company to further expand its global presence.
The deal will see BetGames integrate the entirety of its award-winning product offering with Technamin’s online platform, catering to a wide range of global markets.
Technamin is an Armenia-based platform supplier with a mission to empower existing brands and provide new market entrants with innovative alternatives.
Established during the height of the global pandemic in 2020, it now offers state-of-the-art products and a wide array of services that take into account the changing face of the industry and consumer demand.
With a fully cloud-based set-up, microservice architecture, Technamin boasts an impressive selection of over 5,700 casino games from over 110 top online studios, more than 80 Jackpot Games, and a sportsbook with global coverage, managed risks, and a customisable player interface.
Commenting on the deal, BetGames’ Sales Director CIS, Yury Mikhaylov said: “We’re delighted to have reached an agreement with Technamin, a new and ambitious player in the iGaming space.
“Our agreement with Technamin will no doubt prove to be a significant one as it allows us to offer our popular products to players across different markets, a great move as we aim to continue our excellent 2021 momentum with multiple new launches throughout this year.”
Technamin Head of Supplier Relations, Samvel Mkrtumyan, added: “Having BetGames’ renowned and highly immersive products on our platform is fantastic for us and our players.
“Our deal sees us gain one of the best product portfolios available and at the optimum time, especially given BetGames revamped and upgraded its studio last year with a whole new host of content.”
BetGames has established itself as one of the industry’s most popular live betting games suppliers, reaching recent notable agreements with the likes of Parimatch, Kaizen Gaming and Kindred.
The company’s revamped Lotto Reloaded studio is authorised across several key markets including the UKGC and MGA, while also passing regulatory requirements in a variety of South African jurisdictions.