BetConstruct supports Polish launch of GO+Bet

BetConstruct has bolstered its position in the Central European betting and gaming market, supporting the launch of Polish online bookmaker GO+Bet.

The Armenian gaming technology developer will provide GO+Bet with its complete sports betting platform, including an operator back office and sportsbook provisions for over 120 different events. 

This will include BetConstruct’s in-house developed range of traditional sports offerings, alongside nine different virtual products and esports, with player facing features and ‘top demanded games’., 

Grzegorz Kiczko, GO+Bet CEO, commented: “As GO+Bet, we are glad that at the very beginning of our activity, we cooperate with partners of recognized, international reputation. 

“BetConstruct is the most important partner in our portfolio, providing many standout attractions for players. We want to maintain a high level and surprise customers by giving them even more interesting entertainment than other bookmakers on the market.”

The CEO further detailed BetConstruct’s ability to ‘invent products and tools not available to competing companies’ as a key reason for GO+Bet’s decision to leverage the firm’s services. 

Adding on this, Kiczko outlined a shared interest in sports and sports betting between the two companies and maintained confidence in the partners ability to ‘win the hearts of customers in the Polish market’. 

Anna Poghosyan, Head of Business Development at BetConstruct, said: “We are happy to expand further into Europe through our partnership with GO+Bet. The solutions they picked will find great success in the Polish market. 

“The diversity and flexibility of our products will deliver choice to the players and higher engagement making GO+Bet a top attractive online betting platform.”

Speaking to SBC towards the end of last year, Poghosyan discussed BetConsruct’s movements in the casino sector, particularly the launch of its igaming platform Spring and igaming console SpringBME.

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