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BetFan sets top five target for Poland’s online betting market

BetFan has set a target of “three to four years” to secure its place in the top five for licensed online bookmakers in Poland.

The Warsaw-based operator wants to stand out for its diverse offering of bets – up to 1.5 million different bets each month – and for innovative solutions that guarantee both fast payouts and a simple/automated registration process using OCR technology.

In addition to bets on sports – both pre-match and in-play – and esports, BetFan is the “only firm in Poland” offering such a wide range of bets on entertainment, covering peri-sports topics, as well as markets for politics, showbiz, economics and even the weather.

BetFan CEO Piotr Sienkiewicz said: “We want to change the perception of bookmaker bets. Therefore, we are not focusing solely on just sporting events and their results, we look closely to the surroundings and we try to offer our fans a variety of bets matching their various interests.

“With us you can bet on almost anything. In order not to create additional barriers, we take on us payment of tax on games, and each new player can take advantage of the highest welcome bonus on the market, worth PLN 3,000.

“We focus on continuous development of the offer to gain an ever stronger position on the market. However, we do not want to follow the usual patterns, but through modern forms of communication, speed, accuracy and professionalism; we want to provide players with unique impressions and emotions related to betting on various events.

“We want to become the sportsbook of the 21st century on the Polish market.”

The Betfan.pl launch comes just six months after the operator was added to the official list of locally licensed sports betting operators by Poland’s Ministry of Finance.

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