BetConstruct’s Sportsbook set for launch with Gbets after certification in South Africa

The Western Cape Gambling and Racing Board has granted BetConstruct the Letter of Certification based on the certification report by BMM Test Labs South Africa.

BetConstruct’s fully managed sports betting solution has recently got tested by BMM Test Labs South Africa, and secured the Letter of Certification for its sports betting product developed under its National Manufacturer License earlier granted by the Western Cape Gambling and Racing Board.

"This certification is another move forward to expanding our supply throughout South Africa. We are happy to start this journey with one of our biggest partners in the region – Gbets, who is planning to relaunch their operations via our platform end of November.” -  says Karine Kocharyan, Head of Licensing and Certification at BetConstruct.

“BetConstruct represents the cutting edge of betting technology. Innovations such as Hoory which is voice activated betting assistant and live multi-play are just some of the leading innovations that attracted Gbets to the BetConstruct technology platform. Gbets which is part of the Goldrush Group has made a significant investment in furthering our online gaming operations. We currently operate online gaming operations in South Africa, Lesotho and Mozambique,” says Dhrupal Amin, Managing Director of Online Gaming.

“In September 2019 we relaunched our online business in Lesotho on the BetConstruct solution which includes, sports betting online casino and live casino products. The market response has exceeded our expectations, and we are seeing strong growth in new customer acquisition. Towards the end of November this year, South African betting consumers can look forward to an innovative, world class betting experience with product features new to the South African sports betting landscape.” comments Mr Amin.

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