BetConstruct partners with jokerbet.es for Spanish expansion

Technology provider BetConstruct has announced an agreement to provide its sports betting service to newly regulated Spanish online operator jokerbet.es.

The new agreement includes Jokerbet integrating the BetConstruct Sportsbook onto its gaming platform with full access to its pre-match and comprehensive live betting coverage. As part of the deal, customers of Jokerbet.es will have access to wagering options on up to 30,000 live events per month.

Vigen Badalyan, Founder and Chief Executive Officer at BetConstruct commented: “BetConstruct have been active in European regulated markets for some time now, and we are delighted to have gone live with an established retail focused company in Grupo Veramatic embarking online with Spanish regulated jokerbet.es.

“This agreement will allow Jokerbet to offer up to 30,000 live events per month through the BetConstruct sports betting solution and will give the company plenty of time to prepare for the World Cup this coming summer.”

Jorge Justicia, Director of Online at Grupo Veramatic added: “We have been very busy over the past year working tirelessly on regulatory and product requirements for the Spanish market, and deciding on a sports betting supplier for this was no easy task. We are confident that we have chosen the best in BetConstruct and look forward to growing exponentially in the Spanish market with our unique and comprehensive offer.”

The deal marks continued expansion for BetConstruct as at the end of last year, the group confirmed that it had secured a South Africa National Gambling Board, ‘Manufacturer Licence’ following on from its expansion into the South African market, it now boasts development, sales and service centres in 15 countries.

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