STS Poland makes its Interactive play with BetGamesTV

Leading Polish bookmaker STS Gaming Group has moved to enhance its interactive gaming capacities, integrating the full portfolio of live studio games supplier BetGamesTV across its digital portfolio.

The interactive gaming partnership has launched on of the STS.pl platform, with the bookmaker confirming that BetGames.TV portfolio will be imminently made available on STS’ mobile inventory.

Confirming the partnership, STS management states that BetGames.TV content will be a stand-out feature for its Polish market proposition, in which STS is one-of-fifteen licensed online bookmakers allowed to operate by Poland’s Ministry of Finance.

“We implement modern solutions and developing our functionalities to ensure that our customers have access to a unique offer. The agreement with BetGames.tv allowed us to introduce a wide range of TV games to our website”: said Mateusz Juroszek, CEO of STS.

Operating since 2012, BetGames.TV seeks to lead the industry in live and interactive gaming disciplines, filming its content from a purpose-built HD studio in Vilnus Lithuania.

Aiste Garneviciene, BetGamesTV

BetGames.TV has secured a number of tier-1 European partnerships with SNAI Italia and German legacy bookmaker Interwetten Sports.

“Baltic states were the first operational markets to ourselves being the natural ones. Therefore, we are extremely happy to announce that BetGamesTV products are already available to the biggest neighbour of ours – Poland. Therefore, I have no doubts that BetGamesTV will become one of the most popular products on STS” says Aiste Garneviciene, COO at BetGamesTV.”

 

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