BetConstruct gets UK license for Live Dealer games
Industry technology supplier BetConstruct has proudly announced the launch of its in-house Live Casino games.
The UK Gambling Commission has issued a license which gives BetConstruct a green light to offer live dealer games in the UK, just as the esteemed member of the gaming industry is pushing to expand its constantly growing portfolio.
This news update is understood as a perfect opportunity for online growth for BetConstruct and they intend to use it.
British Breach for BetConstruct
Ever since its inception in 2004, BetConstruct has scooped partnership deals in more than 50 countries, offering sports betting, gaming, RNG software and a range of other services.
Being awarded the licence by the UKGC, BetConstruct will initially offer six live casino games to UK players. The company has been exploring and testing the market for a long time, and with the changes brought upon with fixed odds betting terminals coming into effect in April, the timing is just right for the new products.
“We believe that our offering is truly unique and exciting for our British customers. Adding live casino vertical to our existing UK remote operating license allows us to deliver an outstanding content not only for our White Label partners, but also provide turnkey solutions,” Karine Kocharyan, Head of Licensing and Certification at BetConstruct commented the new license.
Ladbrokes Coral owner GVC has already started expanding online and others will soon follow so this is a perfect opportunity for BetConstruct live casino games to enter the market and reach as many players as possible.
Games on the List
BetConstruct will launch its live dealer studio in the UK streaming the most popular games like Blackjack, Baccarat, Bet on Poker, Speed Baccarat, Super Six Baccarat and Roulette while new branded games will follow soon.
All games will be broadcasted in several languages featuring the exciting multi-camera view. The games changer for BetConstruct could be their VR software that is still in the works, but with things moving quickly in the last three years in the VR area, it’s only a matter of time before it hits the UK market.
Industry leaders Microgaming and NetEnt have both released their prototypes and BetConstruct already has a VR casino suite and VR tables licensed in Romania and with this huge step forward that will strengthen their ties with the UKGC and more brand focusing on the online business, the UK could be next.
BetConstruct has recently made the licensing list for ADM in Italy, the agency that manages the collection of taxes and the protection of citizens’ rights through gambling licensing and regulation in the country. The company also added poker to its offering, being granted the B2B and B2C license from Malta Gaming Authority.
They also boosted their live casino portfolio with two new games Dragon Tiger and Baccarat Super 6 just a month ago so it’s fair to say it has been a rather busy period for the company.