Certified: BetConstruct obtains GLI "Events Wagering System" document

By Isabella Aslam

Global sports betting and online gaming technology company, BetConstruct, has announced its obtainment of the Gaming Labs International (GLI) “Events Wagering System” certification, the DLI-33 Certification for Sportsbook Platform in the US.

GLI specialises in independent testing; delivering land-based, lottery and iGaming testing and assessment services.

Vigen Badalyan, BetConstruct Founder and CEO, said: “I am extremely grateful for the outstanding dedication of our software developers, project managers and our team in the United States for this accomplishment.

“This certification enables us to bring our innovative products and services to the North American Market.” 

Jeff Connor, BetConstruct Regional Director for North America, commented: “The North American sportsbook market is crowded and highly competitive; however, there will always be a place for BetConstruct, a company that supplies both superior technology and superior customer service.

“We look forward to sharing our innovations with our friends in both the online and brick and mortar gaming worlds at the upcoming G2E event.”

BetConstruct, the leading partner of Gambling Insider’s Global Gaming Awards, was shortlisted for the two Awards categories. These were: Digital Product of The Year (social gaming solution for fantastic customer retention) and Digital Industry Supplier of the Year (tech trends pushing the limits of iGaming). 

At the GGA ceremony earlier this week, Connor said: “We’re seeing a combination of online casinos and brick-and-mortar come together like never before. I guarantee you the best is yet to come. We are pleased to be the Lead Sponsor – have a wonderful week in Las Vegas.” 

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