Inbet lobby

New Inbet lobby to provide easy access to full virtual collection

Inbet Games has implemented a new lobby which enables bookmakers to integrate a whole collection of virtual games rather than one at a time through the API.

The lobby, designed to provide incremental revenues for its online partners, can be tailored to match the look and feel for operators including Parimatch, Fonbet and Marathonbet.

It means that the following virtual games will be available in a much faster and effective delivery format – 3D Tron, 3D Dogs, Velodrome, Fortune, Bingo and Virtual Soccer, a new football game which presents a wide variety of betting options including exact score, total number of goals and handicaps.

Pavel Korolev, Business Development Director for Inbet Games, said: “We are very pleased with the launch of this fantastic option that will enhance our client bookmakers’ scope of betting offerings and will enable them to accept more bets from players, thus generating a higher income for their betting business.”

The new lobby comes hot on the heels of a number of upgrades to the white label platform, including the addition of detailed game statistics to provide operators with better feedback on both behaviour patterns and the ROI for particular games.

These operators can also stay up to speed with their most proficient winners through ‘top winners’ and utilise the ‘final bonus’ functionality that makes it easier to reward player loyalty.

However, it has not just been set up with the operator in mind, as customers can get quick and easy access to ‘favourites’ and ‘top’ games from the whole database, as well as a ‘best, last and recommended’ option from their own playing history.

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