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BETBY, an innovative sportsbook supplier based in Malta, has completed the isolation of its esports solution to ensure it can be added to operator’s brands as an individual arm, further adding value to its client base.

The eSports offering sees more than 20,000 events run every month, with 22 different disciplines and more than 56,000 Betby.Games events also able to be bet on every month.

Through the breadth of official data via a number of partners, BETBY is able to give market-leading coverage of an extensive array of eSports competitions.

Included in the stand-alone solution is the proprietary Betby.Games offering, which now boasts eight products across over 30 leagues in the portfolio, guaranteeing 30 live events concurrently, as well as a full suite of business tools and customisable features. 

“The separation of the offering further highlights the agility and flexibility of BETBY’s platform, with the provider live in key markets across the globe and offering scalable solutions to fit individual operator’s needs,” Betby said in a statement.

Leonid Pertsovskiy, CEO at BETBY, said: “Our eSports and Betby.Games offerings allow us to bring the highest quality of betting experiences to players. Now, as an isolated product, we’re able to bring it to a wider client base than ever before, integrating it as a standalone solution, rather than as part of the sportsbook.

“Naturally, this significantly expands its potential, allowing us to work with more operators and further expand BETBY’s presence globally.”

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