BetConstruct announces a €430,000 Prize Pool Tournament

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To boost up player engagement on operators’ websites BetConstruct opens up an extensive promotional season with a series of tournaments.

BetConstruct announces a €430,000 Prize Pool TournamentStarting from October 23, a series of tournaments will be hosted within BetConstruct’s gaming suite for Live Blackjack and Slots. Staying at the forefront of gaming, BetConstruct fully covers the prize pool for its operators offering them more chances to attract players and increase their engagement.

BetConstruct’s RNG suite ranges up to 6,000 games from top providers which can be easily integrated into any existing platform. What comes to Live Blackjack, new features such as Bet Behind, Dealer Hand and Deal Now allow operators to accept more wagers, increase profit margins, target players with various preferences and enhance the overall player engagement.

The promotional period of the tournament starts from October 23 to December 24 and will include a series of 9 tournaments.

About BetConstruct

BetConstruct is a global award-winning technology and services provider for online and land-based gaming industry. BetConstruct’s innovative and proven offerings include Online and Retails Sportsbook, Classic and Virtual Reality RNG & Live Casinos, Poker, Skill Games, Fantasy Sports, Social Gaming Platform, Sports Data Solutions and more – all ready to be launched and managed through SpringBME, its pioneering Business Management Environment .

Within Sports Data Solutions, the AI-powered scouting tool AJNA performs game flow recognition and provides statistics and extremely accurate technical data to create new unique markets to bet on.

All partners benefit from the BetConstruct Spring Platform with its powerful back office tools and all-inclusive services. From stand-alone set up to turn-key and white label solutions, BetConstruct offers its partners unparalleled opportunity to succeed.


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