Pronet Gaming boosts content portfolio with EvenBet Gaming’s poker solution

Platform provider adds specialised software to give operators more options

22nd July 2021 - Pronet Gaming, a market-leading iGaming provider, has added leading online poker developer EvenBet Gaming’s software to its platform.

The deal will give the supplier access to more than 30 different variations of the game, 24/7 support, API integration and omnichannel solutions, as well as SSL and monthly updates.

It also offers Pronet Gaming’s clients the flexibility to choose to be a part of EvenBet Gaming’s poker community, or simply to utilise its standalone skin. 

This latest partnership further enhances Pronet Gaming’s offering as it continues to expand its sportsbook and casino platform, with a particular focus on emerging markets. 

EvenBet was granted a supplier licence by the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) last year and has launched more than 100 poker rooms over the past 10 years, offering 33 different game types to approximately 15 million active players.

The company continues to place a responsive and reliable poker solution at the heart of its progressive omni-channel portfolio. 

Bobby Longhurst, Chief Commercial Officer at Pronet Gaming said: “The high performance of our platform depends on the reliability of its software and the quality of its content, making EvenBet Gaming an ideal partner. 

“Poker is a proven cross-channel vertical and even more appealing when it is enriched by EvenBet Gaming’s exciting multi-format gameplay and innovative approach to card game design. Operators will undoubtedly reap the rewards from the addition of this premium content.”

Dmitry Starostenkov, EvenBet Gaming CEO, said: “Pronet Gaming has earned a reputation as an industry leader and we’re confident its expertise will help us solidify our status as a dynamic software developer. Our games provide entertainment to players all over the world, so this deal with a globally recognised partner is a natural fit.”

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