BetGames.TV extends global reach with Platinum99

BetGames.TV, the leading live dealer betting games supplier, has joined forces with Platinum99 in a deal which gives the operator access to the studio’s vast offering.

BetGames.TV has signed numerous strategic agreements in recent months, and this latest deal further extends the company’s global reach across exciting new worldwide markets.

Popular live games such as Wheel of Fortune, Baccarat, and BetGamesTV’s innovative twist on Texas Hold’em poker, 6+ Poker, are now all available on Platinum99’s brands Playzumo and Sportsguru.

BetGames.TV’s state-of-the-art offering has proved hugely popular in markets worldwide as the company continues to sign deals with influential operator partners.

With licences issued by multiple jurisdictions including the UKGC, MGA, Italy, and various South African gambling authorities, as well as additional certifications pending from Sweden and Colombia, BetGames.TV is one of the most regulated live betting providers in the sector. 

Richard Hogg CCO at BetGames.TV said: "With every exciting partnership we increase the audience of our live dealer betting games and we’re thrilled to be working alongside Platinum99.

“Our innovative product is developed with player engagement in mind, and we look forward to entertaining an even larger crowd via its ever-growing customer base.”

Munesh B, Project Manager, at Platinum99, said: “Betgames.TV is a great product with a fantastic team working 24/7 to manage it and we’re delighted to have signed this partnership.

“It’s diverse product range of innovative live dealer games enable us to deliver to our players the most immersive and enjoyable gaming experience possible, and that is what we strive for here at Platform99.”


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