ArenaCube announces partnership with JVSolutions

ArenaCube, an international iGaming software house, announces that a new partnership has been granted with iGaming solutions supplier JVSolutions, a prominent player in the robust Italian and international market. Through this partnership, ArenaCube’s innovative multiplayer betting game Arena Challenge will be offered to players around the world through JVSolutions’ portfolio of betting sites.

Arena Challenge has been already integrated to BetOne365.com and in the following days the game will be fully integrated in JVSolutions’ portfolio which include, among others, the betting sites Potterbet.biz, Winkabet.net, Queenbetline.com and Overino.net, reaching the 15 sites in total. This partnership has enormous potential in terms of customer reach and revenue generation as the reach to the markets through these sites is vast.

“We are so excited to announce today, that Arena Challenge is now part of BetOne365.com. Through our innovative game, its players can now compete, challenge others and participate in tournaments. Through our platform we have introduce the competitive element into betting and with this partnership we feel that we are one step closer to change the world of betting.” said Mario Fiorini, CEO of ArenaCube.

Arena Challenge is the first ever multiplayer betting game that gives the opportunity to players to compete with each other in “tables” and multiply their profits even if some of their bet choices are not successful. It transforms sports betting into a game of skill where the top players will be rewarded through a new way of betting and competing.

At the same time, for the operators it is a safe and efficient tool as it eliminates risk and collateral because the winners take their winnings from the pot that is created during the progress of the game.

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