NEXT STOPS: ROME, bERLIN, SOFIA, MALTA, LONDON.
During the recent Cyprus Gaming Show, BtoBet’s chairman Alessandro Fried was a key speaker in Nicosia on the Technology, Innovation, and Disruption panel where he shared its vision about the developing gambling opportunities from shops to online and mobile in Cyprus in the upcoming years.
Fried pointed out the importance for local operators to establish trustful partnerships with their suppliers in order to create very solid basis for the evolution of their business on the island and, at the same time, for the growth of their brand’s reputation.
“Today’s bettors in Cyprus mainly participate in shops, but statistics are showing an increasing interest of players towards online and sports. Licensees can’t stay immobile in the face of these trends and must be prepared to grasp the opportunities offered by the evolution of the market in the country. To do so, they need to look for the adequate and flexible technology, able to give players the possibility to decide where to play and on which product, enjoying a gaming experience as emotional and involving as possible.”
After the great success of the first part of its “Technifying iGaming Tour 2017” – in Romania, Hungary and Cyprus – BtoBet is now proceeding with the next European stopovers in Rome (17-19 September), Berlin (31 October – 1 November), Sofia (20-22 November), Malta (22-25 November), London (6-8 February). In those cities BtoBet’s experts will meet operators wishing to discover its farsighted sportsbook and iGaming platform tech tools.
BtoBet is a pioneer in new technologies for iGaming operators and the betting industry by using technological intelligence as its main base for its products. It offers unique, customisable, secure and flexible cloud based systems delivering unprecedented capabilities to drive sportsbook and iGaming business. BtoBet has offices in Macedonia, Italy and Malta. The Technical team of the company is in Skopje and has an ever-growing team of developers. BtoBet’s dynamic Sportsbook team operates from Rome, whilst Malta hosts the commercial and marketing centre.