BGaming Titles Added to BetConstruct Platform

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Online gaming platform BetConstruct has announced that they've added titles from BGaming into their aggregation system, helping the developer expand its presence to more sites.

The agreement will see BGaming's full library of online slots, roulette, dice, and lottery games being offered on the BetConstruct platform. There, casino operators will have the chance to offer BGaming's suite of games on their game roster, which includes the likes of Fruit Million and Book of Cats. All games have mobile support and thus far there are more than 60 games in the library.

Regarding the deal BetConstruct Head of Marketing Shuk Manukyan said, "BetConstruct gladly welcomes BGaming on our platform. We've been following the growth and success of slot developer BGaming and find the company very fitting with our platform identity and the needs of our operators."

BGaming's Claudio Stagno added: "BetConstruct is an established online gaming platform in the industry having clients across the world. Many of the leading operators are integrated with BetConstruct. Our partnership will not only give visibility to BGaming on new markets but also allow it to provide our high-level products for reputable operators."

The games are being integrated into the platform now and should be available in the near future.

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30 April 2021 - 9:45pm

These are certainly great news for the casinos that use Betconstruct platform. Many white label brands use it and adding Bgaming will only improve their portfolio. While I'm not a big fan of them, I think it's a good business decision.