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Betclic loses second founder; Betware signs second Spanish deal; SBTech providing for Betshop

TAGs: Betclic, Betshop, Betware, grupo egasa, sbtech, spain

betcli sbtech betwareBetclic co-founder Eric Moncada has left the firm only months after former partner in crime Nicholas Beraud departed. According to eGR, CTO Pierrick Petain joins Moncada out of the exit door and it follows a number of other notable departures in recent weeks. The departures follow the firm’s decision to appoint new CEO Ignacio Martos, who has embarked on an unprecedented cost-cutting exercise. There are also reports the gaming industry firm will face court action in Portugal, with a case similar to the one taken out against bwin.party. It’s so far unclear whether it’s related to the firm’s own marketing and sponsorship activities in the country or something different.

Software supplier Betware has signed a second Spanish deal and will provide its platform to land-based operator Grupo EGASA. The firm’s gaming product, which has already been snaffled up by Cirsa, will enable EGASA to build its online presence ahead of the market’s expected opening by June 30th 2012. “This agreement is another step towards strengthening our position in the Spanish market; we believe in the success of EGASA’s online venture and look forward to a long cooperative relationship with them,” said Stefán Hrafnkelsson, Betware´s CEO.

Sports betting provider Sports Betting Tech (SBTech) has agreed to provide Betshop with a full live betting suite both on- and off-line. The solution means that Betshop can offer live betting on more than 7,000 games per month both in store and via its website. SBTech CEO Itai Zak said: “Not only are we trusted by respected gaming operators and online casino or poker sites, but also by leading bookmakers with an established “real world” presence.”

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