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EvenBet and 1XBet strike casino and sportsbook deal

Leading online gaming software developer EvenBet Gaming has announced a new deal to integrate its poker product into the casino and sportsbook offering of Russian bookmaker 1XBet.

EvenBet’s highly-regarded turnkey poker product offers multi-functional performance alongside exceptional reliability and scalability.

The software is updated on a weekly basis to ensure state-of-the-art design and innovation, and will be a welcome addition for the newly-formed 1XBet.

Dmitry Starostenkov, EvenBet Gaming CEO, said: “There is huge potential for growth with 1XBet over the coming months and years, and we can’t wait to see how their players embrace our poker offering.

“Our poker product is easily integrated into existing online casinos and sportsbooks, offering players greater choice while boosting engagement and retention for operators.

“This agreement with 1XBet is further vindication that we are offering the leading turnkey poker solution on the market.”

A 1XBet spokesperson said: “We are delighted to be able to offer our operator partners EvenBet’s full range of poker games.

“We were particularly drawn to the ease of integration and EvenBet’s commitment to innovating in the poker space.

“We are certain the product will serve as a fantastic complement to our existing casino and sportsbook offering.”

The deal comes after EvenBet announced the launch of a new daily fantasy sports product last month.

Previously known as Enterra, the software and platform developer rebranded to become Evenbet in December 2015.

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