BetConstruct and VBET under SoftConstruct Ltd. strengthen their positions in France

SoftConstruct Limited, the IT developer and also the parent company of BetConstructigaming provider and VBET online sportsbook and casino, strengthens its France-based branch and appoints a President for local affairs.

BetConstruct securing approvals from the French regulators, and its major partnerships with, and, all these events pushed SoftConstruct to act in the best interests of its subsidiaries and endorse the companies further under the presidency of regional director David Ozararat, the newly appointed President of SoftConstruct France group.

Vigen Badalyan, CEO and Founder of BetConstruct, says “4 years ago we settled in the heart of Europe with new offices in Germany and France. In that short period of timeSoftConstruct entity managed to strike key deals and enter the local market with the B2C operation. We are humbled to have an opportunity to pioneer our efforts and strengthen our presence in France and nearby regions.”

David Ozararat, President of SoftConstruct France, comments “After a successful market introduction with our partners Partouche group, Vbet, and recently Barrière group it is a significant step to be able to install our group activities in a long-term perspective in France. This allows us to invest durably in the future of the French gaming market. On a personal note, it is a great achievement to be appointed as the President of our group in this strategic and demanding environment, and I'm also happy to keep the management of Monaco, Belgium, Luxembourg and Switzerland Markets.”


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