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Betsoft Gaming signs cryptocurrency deal with BC.Game

Betsoft Gaming has signed an agreement with BC.Game that will see it continuing “its push into cryptocurrency and blockchain.” 

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BC.Game is a casino platform that supports over 45 different cryptocurrencies and is one of only seven casinos certified by the Crypto Gaming Foundation.  

The platform also promotes transparency through community-created fairness verification tools; the tools are peer-reviewed to “reinforce impartiality.” 

Anna Mackney, Head of Account Management, Betsoft Gaming, said: “Betsoft Gaming’s success is built on our willingness to innovate, working with companies such as BC.Game is essential.

"Providing unparalleled customer support and management in addition to regulated, safe, and highly entertaining content is where we excel. We are looking forward to a successful partnership together.” 

Chris Butler, Head of Operations, BC.Game, added: “We like to work with companies who understand customer service and offer seamless integration. In addition to Betsoft’s world-class slots, their operational confidence and ability have added significant value to our partnership.”

The Betsoft brand operates in 15 regulated markets, it recently made a Latin American deal with Mexico based, LBSBET.com.  


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