Multinational online gaming and Sports betting technology provider BtoBet successfully concluded its second day exhibiting at ICE Totally Gaming 2018.
Operators and bookmakers from Europe, Africa and Latin America came to discover its comprehensive suite of products including a full sportsbook platform called Neuron Sports for bookmakers and its online gaming platform called Neuron Gaming.
BtoBet’s stand this year shows a full-body humanoid, with real human eyes, aiming to represent how BtoBet transforms technological skills into human ability, how functionality becomes competence, helpfulness becomes benevolence, and reliability becomes integrity.
At ICE, BtoBet aims to highlight how its technology is the perfect combination of computer science and human ability, which ensures clients enjoy a substantial brand impact on the market.
To illustrate the technological transformation that BtoBet offers, the professional acroduo dancers performed at the stand and around the pavilions, expressing the perfect metaphor for what BtoBet can do for its partners in the sports betting and the online gaming industry.
Commenting on the first day at the show in London, BtoBet’s CEO Kostandina Zafirovska stated: “Neuron Sports and Neuron Gaming, both deploy a flexible technology, ensuring that our clients can change with the circumstances and evolve with our product.
The professional acroduo dancers at ICE are providing to our clients, bookmakers and operators the possibility to witness with their own eyes – through a metaphoric acro-dance - how technology constantly morphs, as our platform does, and how a well-matched partnership works, each with a part to play in achieving the end goal. We team up to support, embrace opportunities and win together, all in full TRUST.”
BtoBet’s chairman Alessandro Fried added: “BtoBet is a partner, not a supplier, and as partners we provide constant support to our clients; our support department is working closely with our client’s operations team – as colleagues – helping them during the everyday operational job, identifying their needs and working side by side.”