What if there was a way to re-sell your sports bets, similar to the way you might sell your pre-purchased tickets to a concert or sporting event? That was WagerWire’s big idea.
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LeetEnt are a London-based B2B Esports platform provider and part of the SNB Group. LeeEnt provides a complete ecosystem for Esports users, combining an established media site with social and regulated betting.
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OnAir Entertainment was founded in December 2020 with ambitious plans to build a new live casino studio from the ground up, and with the mission to lead the industry in the live casino space.
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Endorphina is an online casino games developer and one of the fastest-growing companies in the sector. Ten years ago, they set up their business with the aim of creating great online slot games, unique in their field and popular among players.
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As cashless gaming continues to grow around the world, operators and regulators are exploring options to bring solutions to their floor securely and compliantly.
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Swedish gaming development company, Gaming Corps, who develop original content for iGaming and Gaming, found themselves in an enviable position when the demand for their games exceeded their initial forecast.
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Sparket, an innovative tech startup, set out to revolutionize live event wagering software. They saw the importance of social engagement in sports betting and a huge opportunity to modernize event wagering with their “bet-on-anything” platform The Social Betwork™.
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Sports betting start-up LulaBet had a clear goal: They wanted to launch their online sports betting site in South Africa, with their new technology partner Amelco, who would be supplying the sports betting platform for the venture.
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Tech start-up SB22 had a bold idea: Modernize the gaming industry by bringing new technologies to online gaming and sports betting. From SB22’s perspective, this part of the industry was being constrained from progress because the technologies and platforms developers were using were built on legacy technology, more than 15 years in some cases.
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iPro creates online (desktop and mobile) gaming products. In fact, its products are patented and have won several awards. With iPro’s products, casinos and entertainment companies can engage and delight customers everywhere around the clock. Its regulated real money and free-to-play social casino products give casinos turnkey solutions.
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Online gaming across Canada had been accelerating. However, as time passed, technologies evolved along with standard player preferences and expectations. As Playjeux Studios analyzed the marketplace, they saw an opportunity to modernize online table games play with modern functionality, such as multi-player games, tournaments, gamification, and community features, all of which the current legacy technology could not handle.
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ESATPT’s technology and development services date back to 2010, when the company began bringing information and communications technology to the barangays (districts) throughout the Philippines. In 2019, ESATPT joined the Small Town Lottery (STL), a democratized grassroots-based lottery and charity that is one of the lottery products overseen by the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO).
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Up-and-coming iGaming company Avento Group, based in Malta, and owns and operates several online casinos and sportsbooks, including Aplay Casino, Drift Casino, and Frank Casino. Having launched Avento MT in 2018, which operates the casino brands in regulated markets, the company now wanted to expand into other European markets. Their journey would begin with a quest to secure an internet gaming license from the Swedish Gaming Authority. But where to start?
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Kiron Interactive utilizes GLI as its go-to certification lab for its Virtual Sports Events platform as well as for BetMan, its remote game server platform. BetMan offers an omni-channel turn-key solution for operators looking for a dedicated betting solution on virtual games, and the platform services both sports betting and casino operators. It is vital to Kiron’s business that BetMan meets the most stringent quality standards. GLI issues regular certificates as Kiron expands globally and releases updated versions of its software, allowing the company to maintain the absolute highest levels of compliance.
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Ready for a challenge? Our teams of elite professionals always are, and they proved it again when a supplier recently came to us with two hot games and one even hotter deadline. They had a hard-and-fast deadline that was just three days away, and they issued our teams this challenge: certify both games in less than three days – and we did.
How did we do it? Read this illuminating new case study and discover how our teams move mountains to deliver for our client and their customers.
Each day, the gaming, sports betting, and lottery industries face the challenge of demonstrating to the public they are responsible organizations operating in society’s best interest. With that daily challenge, WLA (World Lottery Association) member company Lotería de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires (LOTBA) was also faced with rapidly evolving technologies and consumer behavior regarding online gaming. LOTBA wanted to find a way to take that opportunity to leverage those same technologies to expand their responsible gaming program to this new vertical. They also wanted to establish a responsible gaming program and framework that, as a lottery, would allow them to achieve the highest levels of certification under the WLA certification program.Full Case Study