and SportCaller sign cryptocurrency partnership

By Gambling Insider

Free-to-play game provider SportCaller has announced its first cryptocurrency partnership with operator

The pair hope the deal will allow both to grow in mature and emerging markets, by joining’s multi-currency versatility with SportCaller’s international reach.

With the announcement comes the launch of two new and exclusive games, 4-3-free and Bet free 6-6. The games were built to merge former free to play formats with new jackpot mechanics and designs.

Focusing on football and cricket, the games will test customer's historic and contemporary knowledge of sport.

Director of Sportsbook at, Joe McCallum, said: “SportCaller’s highly focused and collaborative approach to game-ideation, together with their consumer analysis from a host of worldwide data sets, gives them a competitive edge when it goes to both game-delivery and strategic planning.

“Whether it’s acquisition or retention-focused games, we now feel confident of keeping our players engaged with the brand in a fun, fast and fair way - enhancing the existing experience, and minimizing churn, wherever we set our scene.”

MD at SportCaller, Cillian Barry, added: “We’re thrilled to align those values with our own, on a watershed journey into unexplored markets where both crypto and fiat currencies are vying for position."


Share This Post


More News

Okada Manila and 26 Capital Acquisition Corp have announced plans to merge in a move that will see the Philippines-based casino company go public. Tiger Resort, Leisure and Entertainment Inc, operating as...

By Dominic Marius-Markham How will regulators tackle new technologies and business models going forward? That’s the question on everyone’s lips, and it’s one nobody really has the answer to. The Gambling Commission was...