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BetGames.TV Integrates Live Casino Content to Amelco

By: Staff Writer, April 7, 2020

BetGames.TV goes live with Amelco

BetGames.TV has integrated Live dealer content into the Amelco UK Limited platform. The company will roll out its games across a host of regulated markets over the next six weeks.

What Was Said

The deal will see the live dealer content made available to Amelco’s multi-territory top-notch partners. Some of them include the Stars Group, GVC, and Flutter Entertainment brands.

Aiste Garneviciene, BetGames.TV COO, spoke about the partnership.

“We believe there are a number of synergies between BetGames.TV and Amelco, including the desire to use cutting-edge technology.”

Garneviciene also said they are thrilled to have such “a sought-after provider as a new partner”. The firm looks forward to “many years of sustained growth together” as they form a strong relationship with Amelco.

Brandon Walker, head of business development at Amelco is also very impressed with BetGames.TV’s and its rapid development. They are looking forward to rolling out the latter’s products across all regulated markets in which the operator partners work. 

“Their live casino offers one of the most immersive experiences out there,” Walker stated. He’s sure its portfolio is “going to prove to be a fantastic hit” with their tier one clients and their customers.”  

More on BetGames.TV

BetGames.TV titles include Baccarat, Wheel of Fortune, and 6+ Poker that the provider launched back in January. 

This fresh take on Texas Hold’em poker features a reduced 36-card deck with the lowest card being six.  “The game is both subtly and radically different from a traditional poker hand,” BetGames.TV COO said at the time. Because of the increased mathematical probability, big hands are in play much more often here.

More recently, BetGames.TV secured a deal with one of the most respected and well-known betting platforms, Microgaming. The deal will see live games supplier provide a range of games to the Isle of Man-based casino software developer.

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