EvenBet Gaming integrates dynamic Poker product for InBet Games

EvenBet Gaming integrates dynamic Poker product for InBet Games

Tuesday, March 13, 2018 Posted by Joseph Streeter
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Online gaming software developer EvenBet Gaming has announced that it's expanding its online offering, after agreeing a deal with InBet Games for the integration of its dynamic poker product.

The deal comes as online poker revenues continue to grow worldwide, helped by the progression of user friendly online poker products.

InBet Games aims to generate a continued benefits with its flexible poker solution, which can be integrated onto games suites to provide a proven benefit across core KPIs – particularly at a time when reliable cross-selling and player-engagement present operators with a major challenge.

The EvenBet offering boasts a trailblazing turnkey poker solution delivers and delivers multi-functional performance alongside exceptional reliability and scalability. This flagship offering is now reinvigorating a vertical which had previously been overlooked by many operators.

The agreement also furnishes InBet Games, which has become a leader in the CIS igaming market, with an innovative poker product, as it seals its full-stack portfolio and bids to expand its global reach across Eastern Europe, Latin America and Africa.

When asked whether the deal acts as an affirmation of how strong EvenBet’s product was, the group’s CEO Dmitry Starostenkov told TotallyGaming.com: “EvenBet naturally welcomes the validation from a company as progressive as InBet Games. They collected their first SBC Award at the end of 2017, and now they have been quick to integrate what we firmly believe is the leading turnkey poker product on the market.

He added: “EvenBet and InBet Games are two emerging forces on the igaming scene, with a passion for developing flexible software solutions. Our aim is to offer operators the most effortless integration on the market, while players get to enjoy the most immersive products for engagement and enhanced gameplay, powered by some unique maths engines.”

“At EvenBet, we are committed to breathing new life into poker. We’re reigniting the vertical with fresh formats like Open Face Chinese, while other configurations of the game which fuse poker with “snackable” spins are delivering a deeper user experience, complementing the breaks in the check-bet-raise cycle. So we’d like to think our offering furnishes InBet’s broad portfolio with its final key cog of poker.”

Analysing how prosperous 2018 has been so far, he added: “After a productive ICE Totally Gaming 2018 in London, it’s been a really exciting period for EvenBet, if a busy one for our sales team. The take-up rate amongst our operator partners - not only for our poker solution but also for our game-changing Daily Fantasy Sports - has been hugely encouraging.

“Our DFS presents another immersive reinvention of a proven product, backed by a seamless integration. While the recent explosion in Chinese poker clubs, combining complementary online and offline activities, also means EvenBet will now be exhibiting at G2E Asia’s global gaming expo in Macau for the first time this May. We can’t wait to supplement these recent gains.”

Totally Gaming says: The increasing growth of mobile and user friendly poker products is directly aiding the popularity of revenue from online poker, therefore given that EvenBet is already looking into prosperous markets with its DFS expansion, it’s unsurprising that it’s now also looking to the potential of the online poker market.   

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