BetGames debuts in Georgia with Europebet

BetGames, a leading provider of live dealer games and betting, has unveiled its popular portfolio of live dealer games and slot machines in Georgia with Europebet.

The move comes during BetGames’ unprecedented expansion and is the latest in a string of alliances with major operators.

With recent major investments in its infrastructure, including a new headquarters in Malta and over 100 new employees, its growth is also supported by an ongoing campaign of product improvement, such as the recent Lotto product relaunch and the redesign of the Wheel of Fortune.

Two new releases will be available to Europebet players along with the rest of the popular games. These include Rock Paper Scissors, Bet on Poker and Dice Duel – all played a part in a record 12 months for a unique provider with live dealers.

Under the terms of the deal, Europebet will offer a new selection of games alongside existing bookmakers, live casinos and slot machines, while continuing to maintain its position as one of Georgia’s leading operators.

Commenting on the recent market launch, BetGames COO Aiste Garnevičienė said:

“We are pleased to meet another key operator in the emerging markets of Europe. It is a testament to the hard work that the entire team is and continues to do to achieve our goals of maintaining our status as the industry’s most unique supplier. “

Sandro Kokosadze, head of gaming department at Europebet, added:

“We are thrilled to welcome BetGames content to our brand and a range of high quality entertainment is sure to please our players. The style and feel of their product is exactly what we are looking for, and it perfectly matches our commitment to excellence in all areas. “

Offering winning combinations with low costs and extended gaming sessions for players, BetGames has established itself as the industry’s leading provider of live dealers through a unique betting experience.

The studio is licensed by several jurisdictions including the UKGC and also complies with the local regulations of Malta, Italy, Lithuania, Estonia, Bulgaria and various relevant South African gambling authorities.

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