Tain, the gaming software and solutions provider, has successfully launched its new Fast Bet sports betting service.
Fast Bet gives punters the opportunity to place wagers on whether incidents will take place within a defined period during a sports event.
Markets for football matches include whether there will be a goal, corner, free-kick, goal-kick, red card or throw-in during the period, with Fast Bet also available for other major sports. Punters simply click on an event and select the timeframe, which could be as little as a single minute.
Fast Bet – which Malta-based Tain is to showcase at next month’s ICE 2017 event in London – enhances Tain’s already comprehensive sportsbook service.
Tain Managing Director Mathias Larsson said Fast Bet offers operators the opportunity to differentiate themselves from the rest of the sector.
“Sportsbooks that can offer something different will be the ones that prosper in a competitive marketplace,” said Larsson. “Fast Bet is an exciting new service that can help operators to stand out from the rest.
“Fast Bet is ideal for those punters who become bored through having to wait until half-time or full-time to see their bet settled.
“Sports fans can put their knowledge and expertise to the test over a limited period of time. If they think a spell of attack is certain to lead to a goal, or if they think a couple of bad tackles might culminate in a red card, the Fast Bet service is perfect for them.”
Fast Bet is the latest enrichment to Tain’s service since it was acquired by XIN Gaming last June.
Last month it was announced that Tain would increase the number of live events it covers each month to 23,000. In increasing the number of sports covered to 50, Tain now offers markets on the likes of curling, biathlon and water polo, as well as traditional major verticals such as football, tennis and US sports.
Larsson added: “Tain now offers the extras that complement its fully-managed sportsbook. Operators are excited by our enhanced service, and we look forward to displaying our offering to the rest of the sector at ICE 2017.”
The Fast Bet service will be demonstrated at Tain’s stand (S1-342) at ICE 2017.
Tain is one of the most established content and technical services providers in the online gambling industry, having been founded in 1999. Tain’s strengths are its in-house products, including a market-leading gaming platform, payment gateway, casino games, and a comprehensive sports book and odds feed. Tain has also integrated top-tier game providers such as NetEnt, Evolution and Play’nGo.
Sportingtech Pens Latin America Content Deal with iGaming Supplier Darwin Gaming
Award-winning platform to significantly appeal to Latin America players with integration of localised games
Full-service betting and gaming platform provider Sportingtech has partnered with Maltese iGaming supplier Darwin Gaming to integrate its portfolio of mobile-friendly games.
Under the terms of the agreement, Darwin Gaming will add more than 60 high-quality online games such as Luva Melhor do Mundo, Brasil Goool and Crash Evolution to Sportingtech’s robust iGaming platform, which already features more than 100,000 games from over 100 carefully selected games providers.
Darwin Gaming prides itself on delivering one-of-a-kind experiences with an expansive portfolio of content that appeals to Latin American audiences. Football instant win games, blackjack and bingo have grown in popularity in the region and will be a huge part of this improved offering from Sportingtech.
The deal cements Sportingtech’s position as the go-to tier-one provider for Latin American operators thanks to its nuanced and tailored approach, which was crowned Platform of the Year at last year’s SBC Summit Latinoamerica Awards.
Reinforcing the focus Sportingtech is placing on Latin America, Darwin Gaming’s Spanish and Portuguese language games will provide a unique appeal for players across the region’s diverse markets.
“We are delighted to partner with Darwin Gaming to continue enhancing our online games portfolio in a time when trends and tastes are ever-changing,” the Senior Commercial Manager for Sportingtech, Robert Nevill, said. “We are confident that with Darwin Gaming’s mobile gaming expertise and its rich Latin America-themed releases, we will continue to thrill players with the new experiences they crave.”
“Partnering with such a highly-regarded provider as Sportingtech is a vital step for us and we are pleased that our portfolio has found a home on its reliable and dynamic platform,” the Chief Operating Officer for Darwin Gaming, Rui Pena, said. “Sportingtech prides itself on being able to diversify and customise its offering and, with our products, I am certain this will be achieved.”
ReactivAction Limited Partners with Fast Track to Underpin Growth Strategy, Starting with the Brazilian Market
ReactivAction Limited, an ambitious new player in the iGaming industry offering online casino games and sports betting, has gone live with Fast Track, marking a strategic move to cement a stronghold across multiple markets, starting with Brazil.
This partnership not only marks a dynamic alliance but also a ground-breaking integration of Fast Track with Altenar’s renowned player account management (PAM) platform. This innovative collaboration highlights Fast Track’s exceptional ability to seamlessly integrate with various leading iGaming systems, further cementing its position as the industry’s most versatile and adaptable CRM solution provider.
With plans to expand beyond Brazil into Canada, New Zealand and Ireland through a second brand, ReactivAction Limited was on the lookout for a long-term partner that not only understands its growth trajectory but is also a critical driving force behind its growth. By leveraging Fast Track’s state-of-the-art AI-driven tools, lifecycle automation and real-time data analytics, ReactivAction Limited is poised to elevate its player engagement and retention strategies. This advanced technology empowers ReactivAction Limited to customize communications, personalised promotions and bonuses, aligning them with individual preferences and behaviours for a more tailored and engaging gaming experience.
“We were looking for a platform that sets us up for success from day one, making it possible to execute and automate the entire retention strategy, a system that could scale and mould around our expansion and provide solutions to our unique challenges,” the Director for ReactivAction Limited, Leone Stranges, said. “Fast Track’s lifecycle templates, real-time capabilities and experience within the industry made it a straightforward choice.”
“We are always excited at the prospect of empowering a forward-thinking operator through our platform,” the founder and Chief Executive Officer for Fast Track, Simon Lidzen, said. “We look forward to a fruitful long-term relationship to support ReactivAction Limited’s growth trajectory as it expands its brand into new markets.”
Xace Secures Licence from Malta Financial Services Authority
Xace, a pioneering payment provider focused on the iGaming industry, has achieved another success with the recent approval of a licence from the Malta Financial Services Authority (MFSA). This development is poised to accelerate the company’s growth in the European Union, further enhancing its reputation as a key player in the iGaming market.
Since its inception, Xace has been dedicated to simplifying financial transactions for gaming businesses. With this new licence, Xace reaffirms its commitment to meeting the specialised payment needs of the iGaming sector, which frequently encounters hurdles with conventional financial institutions. This licence not only signifies a new era for Xace but also for the European iGaming industry, offering access to a stable business account and payments solution.
David Hodkinson, Group CEO of Xace, said: “Our mission has always been clear – to offer an effective alternative to traditional banking for the iGaming sector. With the MFSA licence, we’re now uniquely positioned to enhance our offering of reliable, cutting-edge payment solutions to Maltese and European gaming firms alike.”
Roderick Psaila, Chairman of Xace Europe, said: “Achieving this licence is a milestone for us. The iGaming industry desperately needs a stable, secure and reputable financial provider, so we are thankful to the MFSA for their diligent and efficient contribution during the whole application process. They have proven to be a robust regulator with approachable guidance throughout, meaning Xace Europe’s new home is set to fill a prominent role across the EU – without hindrance.”
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