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InBet Games enters strategic partnership with PlayPearls

Eastern Europe focused B2B lottery, betting and gaming provider InBet Games has made its full range of services available to casinos run by PlayPearls.

Launched in 2002, Inbet Games has an extensive range of solutions, all of which can be run as terminals, websites or mobile apps, covering land-based, street and betting shop operations.

The strategic partnership with PlayPearls, which was first made public at ICE 2017 in London, includes the provision of lotteries, lottery animation, poker and a wide selection of betting games.

Meanwhile, live casino supplier PlayPearls has repaid the favour by contributing its signature games with live dealers, which are now easily accessible to InBet’s customers.

InBet is currently exploring new partnership opportunities and “mutually beneficial collaborations” to diversify the reach of its products, which includes the iGaming solution, Happy™.

Happy, unveiled in October 2016 with a working interface for 11 key languages, incorporates all the company’s top solutions, including 50 recognised classic slots and 41 HTML5-ready games.

Happy also comes with an easy in/out processing feature supporting all major online payment methods, and an any scale feature with a built-in partnership network, which constitutes a tree-like structure for expanding business.

Meanwhile, the application is boosted by a cold phone feature to carefully allocate the use of resources and preserve battery life on your device, which is protected via an embedded risk management and fraud prevention system.

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