BetGames has lauded a link-up with “yet another key operator in Europe’s emerging markets,” as the live dealer and betting games supplier agrees to roll-out its gaming titles in Georgia with Europebet.
The entry into Georgia comes at a time of expansion for BetGames, which recently detailed an aim of ushering in a new era of live gaming, and is the latest in a line of alliances with a number of operators.
Driven by recent heavy investment in its infrastructure including a new Malta HQ and over 100 new members of staff, its growth is also boosted by a campaign of product enhancements such as its recent Lotto products relaunch and Wheel of Fortune revamp
The two new launches will be available to Europebet’s players, along with the rest of its stable of games, include Rock Paper Scissors, Bet on Poker and Dice Duel.
“At a time of company-first, exceptional growth for BetGames, it’s fantastic to introduce ourselves to yet another key operator in Europe’s emerging markets,” said Aiste Garneviciene, BetGames’ COO.
“It’s testament to the hard work that the entire team has and continues to put in toward our goals of maintaining our status as the industry’s most unique supplier.”
The deal will see Europebet offer the new games selection alongside its existing sportsbook, live casino, and slots titles as it continues to bolster its position in the country.
Sandro Kokosadze, head of gaming at Europebet, added: “We’re very pleased to welcome BetGames’ content to our brand and the range of high-quality entertainment is sure to be a hit with our players.
“The style and feel of their product is exactly what we look for and fits in perfectly with our commitment to excellence across the board.”
BetGames holds licences issued by multiple jurisdictions including the UKGC, as well as being compliant with the local regulatory requirements of Malta, Italy, Lithuania, Estonia, Bulgaria and various relevant South African gambling authorities.