Soft2Bet’s Rabona adds Latrobet horse racing content

Soft2Bet’s Rabona adds Latrobet horse racing content

Soft2Bet will continue to strengthen its horse and greyhound racing offering through a new partnership with technology and software supplier Latrobet.

By integrating Latrobet’s turnkey solution into its Rabona sportsbook, Soft2Bet clients will gain access to the supplier’s horse racing solution, which includes live racing streams, customised silks, extensive form information and odds as well as resulting services.

“Recent months have been a busy period here at Soft2Bet, as we’ve won prestigious industry awards, expanded our global reach and unveiled celebrated new operator brands,” said Petar Penev, Head of Sportsbook at Soft2Bet.

“Signing with premium quality providers such as Latrobet has been key to that success, and there is no doubt that the company’s state-of-the-art racing solution will be a fantastic addition to our offering.”

The addition of Latrobet’s solution will complement Soft2Bet’s current offering, which currently delivers a range of betting options from sporting leagues spanning more than 35 countries. 

Shaun White, owner of Latrobet, added: “Soft2Bet’s cutting-edge platform powers an array of hugely popular online sportsbooks including Rabona, so we are thrilled to be joining forces with the company and look forward to working with its talented team.

“Latrobet’s unique Racing solution has exceeded the demands of clients across the globe, and we’re delighted that it has received such a warm welcome from our new partner.”

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