Sportingtech has rebranded its omni-channel platform ahead of its concerted push into regulated markets across the globe.
As part of the ‘repurpose and rebrand’, the software development specialist has enhanced its Quantum platform, which the company notes ‘harnesses modular sport betting and casino software’, allowing partners to add all of the specific services required into the operational markets.
The platform is currently being certified in a string of markets, notably in Latin America, and Sportingtech CEO, Ivo Doroteia, believes it will satisfy operators and provide them with peace of mind wherever they are based, whatever the size of their operation.
He said: “Not only will the revamped Quantum platform provide operators with a comprehensive sportsbook and casino solution, it will be tailored to their particular markets and give them options to stand out from the crowd.
“Whether that is retail brands looking to go online, established European brands taking advantage of new markets, or media companies seeking to marry their brand with sports betting popularity, Sportingtech has a scalable solution to meet a variety of demands.”
This turnkey sports betting and casino platform boasts more than 65 sports with over 1,000 betting markets, as well as a casino experience offering 9,000 games from hundreds of the industry’s leading studios.
It also features a host of third-party integrations, a comprehensive content management system and a proprietary bonus engine to reward both sports and casino customers.
A light version of Quantum Platform, called Quick Quantum, comes with all the main features and integrations of the parent platform but can be delivered in just six to eight weeks.
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