Altenar to enhance its esports offering with an Oddin partnership

The iGaming software provider will integrate Oddin’s esports odds feed

21st June 2021 - Founded in 2011, Altenar is a leading iGaming software provider. They operate in multiple countries from various regions, with a particular focus in LATAM, Africa, and Europe. Their software is developed in-house and powered by premium quality data feeds. From now on, Oddin esports odds feed will be available to their clients.

Oddin is an esports-centric provider that is consolidating itself as one of the preferred esports betting solutions in the industry. Their product focuses on engagement and delivering an entertaining live betting experience that can be attractive to the younger generations. Oddin’s odds feed comes with live-streaming, multiple live markets, over 80% of uptime, and a wide coverage of esports tournaments.

“The esports phenomenon is global. We work with multiple operators from very different regions. However, we received many requests for a more attractive esports offering. We were very lucky to find a partner like Oddin in this regard. Their product is ready to deliver a very competitive live betting offering. Our clients can’t wait to connect Oddin’s odds feed for Counter-Strike, League of Legends, or Dota 2. This is going to be a game-changer that will help them attract Millennials to their sportsbooks,” said Stanislav Silin, CEO of Altenar.

Marek Suchar, Head of Partnerships at Oddin, stated: “We’re very happy to continue our global expansion. Partnering with leaders in the industry such as Altenar is great news for us and the esports betting industry in general. More and more operators will have the chance to deliver a truly engaging esports betting experience to their clients. Esports betting is meant to play a key role in the industry for the upcoming years and big partnerships like this are just the beginning.”

Esports betting continues making noise in the betting industry. Operators are seduced by the interesting demographics that esports audiences bring, mainly Millennials and Gen-Z users. Partnerships like this will help to introduce more and more esports enthusiasts into the betting sphere.


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