Malta-registered B2B iGaming solutions provider SoftSwiss has partnered with N1 Group, a trade and consultancy platform to launch betting project N1Bet Sportsbook.
As its second project to be launched in the past month, SoftSwiss will provide over 10,000 live events covering 70 sports and more than 1,200 various betting markets to N1 Group via its Sportsbook platform.
Product Owner at SoftSwiss Sportsbook Alexander Kamenetskyi commented:
“This is our second client in a row with an initial focus on the sports betting solution and we cannot be happier. The sports betting industry is rapidly growing and the SoftSwiss Sportsbook is evolving with it. We are always keeping an eye out on new trends and features both for our clients and players, striving to deliver the most innovative solution out there. We’re beyond happy to be partnering with N1Bet and embarking on this exciting journey with them. Here’s to long-lasting and productive cooperation!”.
The N1Bet Team announced that “the entire N1Bet team is excited to be launching this brand-new project alongside one of the leading iGaming software providers – SoftSwiss. As the sports betting market keeps growing exponentially, we’ve decided it was a great moment in time to establish our own project which is fully dedicated to sports betting. We’re ecstatic to see where this new adventure brings us next and cannot wait to begin!”.
SoftSwiss has over 130 game providers which provides customers with access to over 11,000 different titles on its Sportsbook platform.
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