BetConstruct Notes from Amsterdam

To present innovations in Amsterdam is an unspoken tradition that BetConstruct keeps up for the third year in a row. This time ahead of iGBLive expo the company had a very special announcement to make.

In 2017 the industry-changing SpringBME was launched as a single console for operators to control an entire gaming ecosystem. Last year’s landmark release was Friendship Platform of FeedConstruct which makes live streaming more flexible, cost-effective and accessible than ever. This time BetConstruct took a chance to celebrate BME’s second anniversary and, driven by the desire to amaze the world of igaming, debuted Hoory, a personal gaming and betting assistant.

In the words of the company’s Founder and CEO, Vigen Badalyan, now is the moment to focus on the present achievements. “BetConstruct has come a long way in making it easier for operators to be successful. Public backoffice dashboards, open API and transparent pricing remove barriers for our partners.” comments Badalyan. “Keeping up the philosophy of transparency & freedom has brought BetConstruct legal recognition in the most reputable jurisdictions, hundreds of partners and close cooperations with providers such as Betradar and others.”

During iGBLive expo BetConstruct demonstrated 30+ products including complete range of casino products with 5,000+ games, award-winning Sportsbook with its CRM, AI-powered Risk Management and a beta version of Hoory, an online gaming assistant, currently working on VBET.


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