BetGames.TV continues expansion with NovusBet partnership

Lithuanian provider of live games, BetGames.TV has announced a newly signed deal to provide its full suite of live presented games to NovusBet.

Founded in 2015 with European headquarters in Malta, NovusBet offers its solutions to online and land-based operators with an extensive choice of Sports betting, Virtual and Casino games, providing services to Eastern and Southern European markets as well as in Africa and Latam.

NovusBet will offer BetGames.TV’s multi-channel games including Bet on Poker, Bet on Baccarat, Dice, Dice Duel, Lucky5, Lucky6, Lucky7, War of Bets and Wheel of Fortune.
Spanish, English, Russian, Romanian and a number of African languages will be activated to the user interface and support pages for all games offered.

Danilo Patella, Director Sales Southern Europe at BetGames.TV, commented: “We are delighted to add our games to Novusbet games’ offer. It’s our aspiration to provide as always the best live gaming experience and to support NovusBet expansion in all the markets in which they are actually working.”

BetGames.TV Director Sales for Africa, Tayo Atoloye, added: “The integration of our games will surely enrich the services NovusBet offers to its customers and will strengthen their portfolio. We are all convinced that especially their European and African customers will enjoy the new addition.”

For BetGames.TV, the deal marks the groups continued expansion into new markets, as well as its continued ambition for strengthening its footprint in the African market. Last year the live gaming specialist agreed a licensing agreement to distribute its live content portfolio to industry platform provider BestGoldBet.

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