Balkan Bet - The biggest project by NSoft

NSoft has grown from three-employees-office to an international and multinational company counting more than 150 professionals. Not only has NSoft grown in number of employees, but also matured when it comes to the product and platform development.

After multiple successful launches in the last few months, including a major one in Romania - Superbet, time has come for Balkan Bet, NSoft’s long-term partner from Serbia. The launch was on May 30, 2016 13:00 CET. With this launch Balkan Bet became the showcase partner for NSoft products including the entire Seven Platform, Virtual Games and Sportsbook solution. The launch is for web and retail channels at first and soon mobile and terminal are following.

This launch is an important step for the Seven Web Channel, since it is the first major customer running on the entire Seven Web. Seven Platform acts as the base for Sportsbook (Pre-Match and Live sports betting solutions) and virtual games - Lucky Six, Lucky X, Greyhound Races, Virtual Greyhound Races, Virtual Horse Races, as well as Betradar’s games Virtual Football League and Virtual Tennis Open.

For the first time, a palette of casino games is available through the Seven Platform as well. Oryx Gaming and Blue Ocean Gaming aggregators have been integrated into Seven and with them a plethora of various Casino game providers like NetEnt, Microgaming and Gameart. Both are available on Balkan Bet’s website.

This is just the first step of a major push for expansion into web and the first market approval of NSoft’s new platform maturity.

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