Renowned games provider BetGames is gearing up to showcase its expansive array of products at the upcoming ICE London event in February.
Positioned at stand S4-430, the company will shine a spotlight on its feature-rich games, presenting a diverse portfolio designed to attract and engage both recreational bettors and casino enthusiasts.
BetGames is set to unveil its comprehensive lineup of content, strategically crafted to convert casual bettors into avid players. Central to this strategy is the immensely successful Skyward Crash game, introduced earlier this year, which exemplifies BetGames' approach to nurturing players organically.
With licenses secured in new regions, including MGA, South Africa, Canada, and UKGC, BetGames aims to bridge the gap between sports and casino players.
Twain Sport brand products like T-Basket and T-Kick are positioned as gateways to revolutionize the sports betting space. Moreover, customized versions of games tailored for emerging markets, with a future focus on LatAm, ensure accessibility for a diverse player base.
This player-centric blueprint not only enhances player value but also reduces casino acquisition costs. BetGames' commitment to this core feature is evident across its entire content library, solidifying partnerships with tier-one operators such as Betway, Entain, Kaizen Gaming, Betano, and Hollywoodbets.
Andreas Koeberl, CEO at BetGames, expressed anticipation for the ICE London event, stating, “We head to London for the last edition of ICE in the UK before it moves over to Barcelona in 2025, and BetGames has plenty in store for those looking to elevate their player offering with unique, curated content."
He continued, "The last 12 months have put us on a positive trajectory. We’re live in new markets, having obtained additional licences, and with new laws changing we’re looking at stepping further into Brazil to bring our brand of entertainment to a massively exciting market.
You can expect plenty of key announcements throughout the upcoming months as we continue to expand our portfolio and global presence.”