InBet Games extends market reach through Altenar partnership

InBet Games extends market reach through Altenar partnership

Tuesday, November 7, 2017 Posted by Luke Massey
InBet’s virtual sports portfolio will be available to Altenar customers

Omni-channel gaming software provider InBet Games has extended its foreign market reach by providing a tool which diversifies the gaming portfolio for Altenar’s licensed operators.

Clients of Altenar, a software provider popular with operators in Africa, will benefit from a range of “versatile solutions” amounting to over 80 virtual games, 50 classic slots, online lottery solutions and video games, which can be run on terminals, website plugins and via mobile or desktop applications.

InBet’s virtual betting solutions include 3D Dogs Race, a recently launched greyhound racing game available on all major delivery channels. This came just a few months after the launch of 3D Tron Race, a high-speed race resembling the Light Cycles Match from the 2010 movie Tron.

Pavel Korolev, Business Development Director for InBet Games, told TotallyGaming.com: “Everyone at InBet Games has welcomed this new collaboration agreement with Altenar, as we see great potential in sharing an added value that will mutually benefit both companies by boosting a wider range of betting games to reach a wider segment of sports betting clients.”

Totally Gaming says: InBet Games attracted interest from Altenar after enjoying success with a virtual sports portfolio that combines 3D graphics and animation features with uniquely tailored mathematical engines for each game. By collaborating with Altenar, the provider has expanded a market reach which already extends to more than 40 countries.

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