Highlight Games continues Soccerbet momentum with SuperSport deal

HD virtual sports specialist Highlight Games has secured a new agreement with SuperSport to supply its Soccerbet product.

The agreement sees Highlight Games supply both single match and league versions of its Soccerbet product across SuperSport’s online, mobile and retail divisions – both of which will be made available in both English and Italian.

Soccerbet will feature footage from English football teams including Liverpool, Manchester United, Chelsea, Manchester City, Spurs and Arsenal,

“I’m delighted to announce this partnership with SuperSport,” said Nick Gardiner, Co-CEO, Highlight Games.

“The demand for quality content via online and mobile channels is currently higher than ever, and Highlight Games is committed to working with operators across the globe to deliver its products as efficiently as possible.

“With our video virtual sports players can access games 24/7 and experience the thrill of sports betting from the comfort of their own homes at a time convenient to them – it’s a win win for players and operators alike.”

Additionally, IIHF Ice hockey and NBA Last 60 will also be offered via SuperSport’s online and mobile channels and in retail venues.

“SuperSport is excited to be bringing Highlight Games’ unique products to its customers,” Radim Haluza, CEO, SuperSport added.

“Soccerbet offers players a compelling alternative to live sports betting; footage of favourite teams and players with real commentary and real action – it’s the perfect solution in the absence of live events. We look forward to launching additional products from Highlight Games, including NBA Last 60 on our online, mobile and retail channels in the near future.”

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