Allwyn subsidiary and Greek sportsbetting group OPAP announced this week that they've chosen OpenBet to provide the company's sportsbook platform in the country.
The move is the first foray for OpenBet into the Greek market, and the company will deploy the service through the SportCast data and platform feed. The product will provide Greek gamblers for the ability to bet on football, basketball, rugby, and a variety of other sports. A launch date for the product wasn't given at press time.
For its part, OPAP is set to release its financial results, which won't feature any impact from this agreement.
Regarding the choice, OPAP CEO Jan Karas said, "At OPAP, we always look to offer our customers the highest quality of innovative and entertaining gaming products. Therefore, we are very pleased to be partnering with OpenBet and we are looking forward to leveraging their expertise and high-end technology solutions, in order to upgrade customer experience and take our online sports betting activities to new levels."
OpenBet CEO Jordan Levin also commented, noting: "We're delighted to have partnered with OPAP to help them deliver a best-in-class online sportsbook. The technology, content and services we provide, combined with our flexible and tailormade solutions has made us the leading sports betting partner for WLA members.
"It's another huge milestone for OpenBet and we're looking forward to working with Jan and his team at OPAP."