NSoft's products available at Bets Plus shops

Bets Plus is a new client of NSoft, award-winning gaming and betting software provider. This betting operator from Zimbabwe has introduced draw-based game Lucky Six, American Roulette, Greyhound Races together with Virtual Horse Races and Virtual Motorcycle Speedway into its retail network.

“It was great to have this release and ICE Africa event in just a few days' time span. It was a pleasure to meet the client in person and have a very constructive follow-up meeting in South Africa where we discussed the further extension of cooperation”, said Dražen Bogadi, Technical Account Manager in NSoft.

 ”After the presentation of the NSoft’s products and services, the mutual conclusion was that the potential for further retail expansion is promising especially when it comes to NSoft Retail Box which significantly decreases the starting investment,” said Maxine Manyowa, Operations Director of Bets Plus. 

Satellite stream solution from NSoft enables virtual games to be available even in locations with low internet speed. Access to superb products is guaranteed.

NSoft Retail Box is a plug and play solution for betshops. The idea behind the project was to simplify implementation and lower the client’s investment in new hardware required in retail. NSoft Retail Box satisfies all client requirements to run NSoft Seven products. Seven is NSoft’s platform for managing core betting business operations that includes modules, applications, and APIs that serve as a base layer for the great variety of products - all according to clients ́ needs.

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