BetGames has struck a deal with Technamin that will see the live dealer and betting games studio integrate its entire suite of products onto the igaming providers platform.
The partnership, which also allows the games studio to expand its global stature, BetGames’ product offering will join Technamin’s selection of over 5,700 casino games from over 110 online studios.
“We’re delighted to have reached an agreement with Technamin, a new and ambitious player in the igaming space,” commented BetGames’ Sales Director CIS, Yury Mikhaylov.
“Our agreement with Technamin will no doubt prove to be a significant one as it allows us to offer our popular products to players across different markets, a great move as we aim to continue our excellent 2021 momentum with multiple new launches throughout this year.”
Established during the height of the global pandemic in 2020, the Armenia-based platform supplier offers various products and a “wide array” of services that are said to take into account the “changing face of the industry and consumer demand” and provide new market entrants with “innovative alternatives”.
Samvel Mkrtumyan, Technamin’s Head of Supplier Relations, added: “Having BetGames’ renowned and highly immersive products on our platform is fantastic for us and our players.
“Our deal sees us gain one of the best product portfolios available and at the optimum time, especially given BetGames revamped and upgraded its studio last year with a whole new host of content.”
Earlier this month, BetCames’ Africa Sales Director, James Everett, spoke to CasinoBeats to explore the reasons why online casino may surpass sports betting in the next two years across the continent and explained how ‘unprecedented’ levels of tech adoption is fuelling new levels of growth.
Also this month, CasinoBeats sat down with Suren Khachatryan, Technamin’s Founder and CEO, to delve into top trends across the online gaming industry and provide a glimpse into what the company has in store for 2022.