BTOBET’S Technifying iGaming Tour 2017

The Technifying iGaming Tour 2017, taking place in Rome, has been confirmed as a success.

Today is the last day of Enada’s Autumnal session in Rome, where operators met BtoBet’s team and had the possibility to participate in the live demo of “Technifying iGaming Tour 2017”. The event was a chance to experience firsthand how the multinational company’s flexible platform allows operators to easily manage their business “.it” in shops, online and mobile.

The current market in Italy draws attention to the need for operators to adopt suitable software that allows for easy personalization as well as the integration of existing third parties and future trends.

Davide Ruggeri, BtoBet’s Head of Sportsbook highlighted: “From some years, Italian operators have the opportunity to create their own schedule to be approved subsequently by the appointed board. Nevertheless, the difficulty to deviate from the schedule proposed by all others is evident. At this moment, the creativity allows the development of a fully customized, end-to-end product that reflects user’s expectations.

Operators have to adopt a platform that can be handled autonomously, equipped with advanced tools capable of formulating original bids, making them emerge from the rest of the homologated proposals of games and bets. As a consequence, the curiosity and the attention of the player would be certain and the operator’s business management would be easier and more agile.”

BtoBet is a pioneer in new technologies for iGaming operators and the betting industry, offering unique, customizable, secure and flexible cloud based systems to sportsbook and iGaming business.

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