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Swifty Global launches its sports betting arm Swifty Gaming

Swifty Global, a technology company focused on the financial and sports betting sectors, has launched its sports betting arm, Swifty Gaming. 

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The company has previously developed and launched two mobile applications for sports predictions in the UK, and a global digital wallet encompassing AI and cryptocurrency/blockchain transactions. 

Swifty Gaming offers odds on major sporting events, including pre-match and in-play bets, as well as a casino segment offering over 200 games. 

Swifty says its new sportsbook covers 90% of the global market, and employs international agents and traders to manage both Swifty Gaming’s sportsbook and casino. 

Currently, Swifty Gaming holds a gambling licence in the UK and Curaçao, with several applications pending for other countries. 

The sportsbook utilises its own proprietary software, produced by Swifty’s in-house development team. Approved and certified by GLI, Swifty will be able to license out its technology platform to major operators present in the UK and Curaçao. 

Having only launched softly, Swifty Gaming will roll out officially in the coming weeks as the European Football season continues, and the Fifa World Cup draws nearer. 

Swifty Global CEO James Gibbons said: “After almost two years of painstaking effort by our team, it is fantastic for shareholders, clients and ourselves to finally see the business unfolding for all to see.  

“Having already posted our first profit in August, we are in great shape for exponential growth over the coming quarters and years, with our vision to be on a big [advertisement] board as soon as possible. We are also looking very forward to becoming fully reporting and executing our name change which will be instrumental for our next phase of growth.” 

Earlier this year, Swifty agreed to acquire the UK sports betting company Goldchip.

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