BetGames has praised a partnership with “yet another key operator in Europe’s emerging markets,” as the live dealer and betting games provider has agreed to roll out its games in Georgia with Europebet.
The foray into Georgia comes at a time of expansion for BetGames, which recently announced its goal of ushering in a new era of live gambling, and is the latest in a string of partnerships with other operators.
Its expansion is fuelled by recent major investment in its infrastructure, which includes a new Malta headquarters and over 100 new employees, as well as a campaign of product updates, including as its recent Lotto product relaunch and Wheel of Fortune makeover.
Europebet clients will be able to play the two new games, as well as the remainder of the company’s games, which include Rock Paper Scissors, Bet on Poker, and Dice Duel.
Aiste Garneviciene, BetGames’ COO said: “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.
“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.”
As part of the agreement, Europebet will provide the new games alongside its existing sportsbook, live casino, and slots titles, bolstering its foothold in the country.
Europebet’s head of gaming, Sandro Kokosadze, 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 is licenced by a number of jurisdictions, including the UKGC, and complies with the local regulatory standards of Malta, Italy, Lithuania, Estonia, Bulgaria, and numerous South African gambling agencies.