Malta-based innovative sports betting provider BETBY has bolstered its ever-growing Betby.Games portfolio with the addition of Cricket tournaments to its esports range.
With both T10 and Twenty20 formats on offer, BETBY’s unique AI-driven product aims to bridge the gap between reality and the virtual space with its realistic gameplay and iconic locations.
Players can count on seeing their favourite cricket grounds in action across a wide range of competitions, including the Indian Premier League, the Big Bash League and the World Cup.
Numerous opportunities will be available on request as BETBY seeks to continue growing its presence in India, including One Day Internationals, Test matches and even opportunities to become a sponsor for one of the leagues.
Cricket is the latest title to be added to the supplier’s impressive selection of products, which includes an innovative version of the world-renowned esports title Rocket League, as well as classic competitions like eFighting, Tennis, Football and Basketball.
BETBY’s comprehensive offering continues to go from strength to strength as the provider looks to broaden its product portfolio.
Leonid Pertsovskiy, Chief Executive Officer at BETBY, said: “We are delighted to announce Cricket as the latest market to be added to our AI-focused Betby.Games collection.
“Our client-centric approach to business has really facilitated the expansion of our platform over the past 12 months, enabling us to tap into the staggering growth of the esports industry and provide truly exceptional gaming experiences.”
The entire BETBY esports collection can be smoothly and swiftly integrated for an operator via an API integration.
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