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BetConstruct kicks off its Fantasy Sports software in the UK

Posted:: Nov 19, 2020 16:37 Category: Casino , Europe , Posted by Marieke Janssen

SoftConstruct (Malta) Limited trading as BetConstruct is happy to announce that it is now able to provide fantasy sports betting software to UK partners

SoftConstruct  (Malta) Limited trading as BetConstruct is happy to announce that it is now able to provide fantasy sports betting software to UK partners under its UKGC Combined Remote Operating Licence. 

Fantasy Sports betting is a niche product that requires a deep understanding of the market and players in order to create software that meets our partners expectations. Choice lies at the heart of an excellent fantasy sports betting experience and, with that aim, BetConstruct has developed a fully customisable feature-rich product, with reliable fantasy data for 5 sport types and 20+ soccer leagues. 

BetConstruct’s full suite of Fantasy Sports that includes football, basketball, baseball, american football and ice hockey, is also available to our partners operating under the MGA  Licence at both B2B and B2C level. 

SiGMA website adds French as its 6th language:
SiGMA Group is excited to announce the addition of a 6th language to its website. Users can now find all content, including the SiGMA News website, in French. The latest addition to SiGMA’s portfolio of languages will run alongside the recently launched Russian, Mandarin, Spanish, and Portuguese content, and aims to cater to SiGMA’s wide portfolio of international events.

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