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Oddspedia has acquired the Casino.online domain as part of its key strategic expansion into the online casino vertical.

Already one of the biggest communities of sports fans and bettors from around the world, Oddspedia now aims to build a similar following in the online casino sector.

Having purchased the unique and highly sought Casino.online domain, the historic transaction has strengthened the casino side of Oddspedia’s portfolio immeasurably.

The flagship site will be available internationally with English, German and Russian versions initially, and many others languages planned for the future.

Oddspedia plans to build one of the industry’s biggest casino communities, present over various social channels. Additionally, a casino academy is to be implemented in the future, so every new user can learn all about casino games from scratch.

Jeton Kodia, Oddspedia Co-Founder, said: “Our approach has always been aimed at unique products and innovations. We also believe new features will come from video streaming media, creating a community and building trust in general, because iGaming is way behind in terms of applications that the player can use to garner information, insight and value-driven offerings”

Kodia added: “We have millions of visitors across our projects and this number is constantly growing. Users that arrive from search engines convert into regular customers because of the quality of our product. We see a very healthy balance of direct, social media and search engine traffic. Our expectations are to double our traffic in the next year with the first-class domain of Casino.online.”

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