BetGames.TV Reasserts Ambitious Plans With Malta HQ

After outlining the launch of its Southern European hub in Malta, which is to become a direct base for its global ambitions, BetGames.TV has reasserted its ambitious growth plans.

The supplier of live dealer betting games, nominated for seven SBC Awards and triumphing in the categories “Leader of the Year” and “Live Casino Supplier of the Year,” has put a focus on identifying itself “as the most reliable pandemic-proof partner in the industry.”

The business says it aims to use its headquarters in Malta to serve its current customers across developed territories, as well as to develop plans for new markets.

‘Ready to rock 2021’

At the opening of the company’s Malta office, Andreas Koeberl, CEO of BetGames.TV, said: “I’m incredibly proud of the amazing progress our company has made over the last years, and we’re ready to rock 2021 with a comprehensive new strategy including some fantastic new products and concepts that will ensure we stay unique and give our partners the winning edge across every major global market. 

“At BetGames.TV we understand that entertainment needs to be unique – we have found our niche and are continuing to broaden it, but we won’t start to copy – we will always stay unique. 

“We look forward to delivering a personalised experience that can drive engagement, revenue and retention across the omni-channel in the year ahead and see Malta as the perfect hub to support our ongoing operations from our Vilnius HQ.”

BetGames.TV holds licences issued by various jurisdictions, including the UKGC, MGA, Italy, Colombia and various gaming authorities in South Africa, with a Swedish nod coming soon.

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