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BetConstruct Expands in France in Partnership with Pasinobet.fr

Partouche Group, BetConstruct’s long-time Sportsbook partner, is expanding within France by launching Pasinobet.fr.

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The online gaming operation is a new investment for Partouche Group. The provider will target sports betting lovers with BetConstruct’s Sportsbook under the ARJEL licence which enables online gaming activities in the French region.

Benjamin Abou, President of PasinoBet, comments: "Having a strong experience and expertise of over 40 years in the sphere of casino and gaming, we are confident in the launch of online sportsbook in a segment that sees a stable growth. Primarily, our aspiration is to get into direct contact with our casino players who happen to also have a strong interest in sports. Also, we are happy to be a sponsor for Montpellier Hérault Sport Club and honored to have acclaimed ambassadors for our Pasinobet.fr such as Jean-Pierre Papin and Djibril Cissé."

Vigen Badalyan, BetConstruct’s Founder and CEO, comments: "With the decision to integrate BetConstruct’s Sportsbook, Pasinobet.fr gets a bespoke and robust solution that will allow them to deliver an unparalleled player experience. We are very happy to provide our complete sports betting offering to such a large and recognised brand as Partouche Group."

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