BtoBet debuts new company structure

International online gaming and Sports betting technology operator BtoBet has relaunched its new company structure following reshaping of its internal structure.

The business which has become larger group as a result, now comprises two companies, ITS (I-Trading solution) and IGS (I-Gaming Solutions) that allow the launch of two new divisions: BtoBet Sports and BtoBet Games.

In a statement announcing the launch, BtoBet’s chairman Alessandro Fried stated: “BtoBet’s new structure offers a bigger trusted team always available to support our Clients in their technical needs by providing advice when needed, flexibility to expand their business and a range of clear and simple products and services.“

ITS specialises in risk management and trading while IGS is an experienced Games aggregator. Both companies will still operate under the same roof and adopt the same foremost technology.

Commenting on the launch of the BtoBet Sports division, Alessandro Fried stated: “BtoBet Sports is focused on bookmakers’ needs and sportsbook players’ preferences. A dedicated team ensures the sports-betting brand provides the ultimate betting experience to the bettors.

“Based on BtoBet’s sports platform Neuron Sport, BtoBet Sports provides a highly customisable frontend for each operator, giving all the tools needed for risk management across all pre-match, live betting and virtual Jackpot betting products.”

Talking about the corresponding BtoBet Games division, Fried added: “This new department is aimed at providing the perfect set of products and services needed for today’s iGaming business.

“A pull of skilled and dedicated experts assists and satisfies any of operator’s iGaming needs and requirements. The Neuron Casino omnichannel platform, based on Artificial Intelligence technology ensures tailored offers to maximize the effort of delivering the perfect Games offer.”


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