Gaming developer and supplier BetConstruct has published its front-end source code to allow its partners to develop landing pages and front-end functionality of their betting and gaming websites. The source code for web and mobile has been posted on code-sharing website GitHub.
“By making the front-end sources open to everyone, we have removed barriers for our partners,” says BetConstruct Executive Chairman Vigen Badalyan.
The project is distributed under MIT license and enables users to take advantage of BetConstruct’s API to build their front-end more independently.
BetConstruct has also recently started delivering data replication services to provide operators with full control over their data including player information.