BBIN outlines its G2E Asia lineup

As a leading online gaming software supplier in Asia, BBIN is looking to solidify its position in the region through upcoming exhibitions and other international events, including G2E Asia.

BBIN plans to install a red rotating staircase that will become the focal point of their stand for upcoming exhibitions, debuting at G2E Asia. Its design aims to signify the strengths of the company including its dedication to service, technology, and its product.

The staircases design also fits in with this year’s theme of “Up For World” as well as suggesting that BBIN is the stairway to partners to success.

Currently, the four major categories of products have been successfully implemented in as many as 17 European and Asian brands such as Microgaming, Playtech, iSoftbet, Habanero, Pragmatic Play, Asia Gaming, ONEworks, JDB, and VR Gaming. BBIN will continue to collaborate with these brands using advanced industrial strategies and expand the overall products diversity.

In addition, all products support cross-platform, APP applications and HTML5 interface. By utilising its marketing experience, BBIN will continue to provide technical support to the industry and international partners, fully leveraging its banking systems, providing insights into the gaming industry while constantly improving technology and developing user friendly interfaces to offer better quality experiences.

BBIN also looks to help out when it can by supporting charities. BBIN will therefore also be promoting The Gaming Beat Charity Music Campaign (#TBGcharity) during the exhibition.

As part of their preparation for the event BBIN has partnered up with DJ Mag, the electronic music magazine, and invited one of the world’s top 100 DJ’s: Fedde Le Grand, to create 3 new electronic music songs and provide them as free downloads during the 2018 FIFA World Cup. For every download made, BBIN will voluntarily donate the proceeds to international charity foundations.


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