Vermantia launches virtual greyhound racing for Nigerian operator

Vermantia launches virtual greyhound racing for Nigerian operator

Wednesday, November 21, 2018 Posted by News Team
FortuneBets will be able to offer customers coverage of more than 40,000 races each year

Virtual sports and content streaming specialist Vermantia has launched its greyhound racing channel for Nigerian operator FortuneBets. 

This sees Vermantia’s Ultimate Live Greyhound Channel rolled out across FortuneBets’ retail estate, providing the operator with coverage of more than 40,000 races each year from countries such as the UK, US and Australia. 

The channel is powered by Vermantia’s Connect platform, which also supplies partners with a fully managed data and odds service, supported by an integrated bet acceptance system and cashier functionality. 

“We are very glad to be live with FortuneBets and we believe the Channel’s exciting and fast-paced live betting content, with quality pictures and full data, will prove popular for their customers,” Vermantia regional director Spyros Stavropoulos commented.

“We worked hard to make this a true plug-and-play solution allowing FortuneBets to continue focusing on their retail and digital networks, and their end users.”

FortuneBets chief executive Prince Greatness Osode added: “We are proud to be the first operator in Nigeria to have launched with Vermantia.

“It is a fantastic deal for us and we can’t wait to see what our customers think of the high-quality content that it brings,” he said. “We strongly believe that this partnership will lead us to further success, as Vermantia is a highly-regarded supplier with the best live racing channels that the market has to offer.”

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