OpenBet agrees Singapore Pools deal

By Gareth Bracken
Provider OpenBet has signed a seven-year contract to supply the Singapore Pools with sports-betting products and services.

OpenBet was selected from an open Expression of Interest (EOI) exercise initiated by Singapore Pools in February 2014 to replace its ten-year-old sports-betting system.

“Signing with Singapore Pools is a landmark win for OpenBet, one which affirms the company vision and direction, and our role as a global leader in major regulated gaming markets,” said OpenBet CEO Jeremy Thompson-Hill.

The Singapore Pools, which is 100% owned by the Tote Board, provides legal lottery and sports betting.

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