BETBY, the innovative sportsbook supplier, has entered a partnership with Malta-based solutions provider, Together Gaming.
The deal will see BETBY supply its fully managed sportsbook solution to Together Gaming and its associated brands, along with a comprehensive reporting tool and top-tier support systems.
In addition to this, the experienced provider will supply its leading Betby.Games range, with the AI-driven products offering access to popular video game titles with unique betting opportunities, available 24/7.
Together Gaming is a cloud-based platform solution licensed in multiple jurisdictions, offering robust white label and turnkey solutions to iGaming operators and sportsbook brands, including casino, live casino, sports betting and lottery products.
The platform delivers the technical foundation required by operators to launch and operate their business from anywhere in the world, providing partner access to its entire product portfolio.
The agreement marks additional growth for BETBY as it continues its strong commercial trajectory, having recently partnered with BC.GAME, Esports Entertainment Group and Hero Gaming.
Rosaire Galea, Head of Sales at BETBY, said: “Together Gaming is a forward-thinking solution provider, showcased by its cloud-based platform and flexible solutions.
“We are thrilled to be able to offer our renowned sportsbook solution as we look to establish a presence with like-minded brands and reach our goals together.”
Benjamin Delsinger, Managing Director at Together Gaming, said: “We couldn’t be happier to launch with a business as ambitious as BETBY, with its AI-led products and sportsbook solution gathering considerable traction in the industry.
“The Betby.Games esports portfolio is something that our customers are bound to enjoy, and we look forward to seeing where this collaboration takes our brand.”
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