BtoBet signs multiple jurisdiction partnership with Small Screen Casinos

8th April 2021 - BtoBet, a leading sportsbook provider part of Aspire Global, has signed a strategic partnership with Small Screen Casinos. BtoBet will be providing the UK-based operator with its cutting-edge sportsbook platform for Small Screen Casinos’ online channels across multiple jurisdictions, namely the United Kingdom, Ireland and Ghana.

On 29 March this year, Aspire Global announced that it had been awarded full certification of its sportsbook platform in the UK. Through this partnership BtoBet demonstrates its ability to cement its position as the leading betting and gaming platform provider in Latin America and Africa, whilst extending its footprint across global regulated markets, particularly the European market.

Taj Ratta, Small Screen Casino’s co-founder said: “BtoBet has an accomplished record in providing flexible and scalable sports betting solutions in diverse market requirements. I am positive that this partnership will deliver engaging and enjoyable sports betting experiences for all our players across the entire breadth of our brand’s presence in different markets.”

Tsachi Maimon, CEO at Aspire Global, said: “We look forward to helping meet Small Screen Casinos’ target to grow in various jurisdictions through the sports vertical. BtoBet’s high-performance sports betting technology will be key to Small Screen Casinos as they seek to deliver an optimal player-centric betting experience.

“This agreement underlines BtoBet’s ability to configure its technology to meet the needs of any operator and regulated market.”

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