Oddin.gg commercial growth continues as TrustDice deal signed

Crypto sportsbook and casino operator TrustDice is set to integrate Oddin.gg’s esports wagering and risk management solutions. 

The latest in a series of agreements inked by the esports betting services provider, the deal will see TrustDice integrate Oddin.gg’s products into its own in-house platform.

Oddin.gg will provide its esports odds feed and risk management product to TrustDice, a Satoshi Gaming Group-owned brand which offers blockchain-based betting and igaming, alongside a regular cash casino option. 

Daniel Lee, Satoshi Gaming Group Co-Founder, said: “After extensively analysing and researching the esports betting service market, we came to the conclusion that Oddin.gg is the best possible partner for us. Their time-tested esports solutions are exactly what we need to create a world-class esports betting product. 

“With the leverage of Oddin.gg’s risk management and market overview expertise, we now have the capability to deeply connect our services with esports, an industry that is rapidly growing and will be extremely important in the future, particularly in the crypto space.”

The partnership is Oddin.gg’s third this month, after the company put pen to paper with React Gaming’s Loot.Bet sportsbook and Duelbits – the latter being another crypto casino provider – providing both with its odds feed and risk management tools. 

Additionally, a major development for the firm occurred earlier this week when SIS (Sports Information Services) launched its 24/7 CS:GO esports offering to market, production of which was carried out with support from Oddin.gg.

“Cryptocurrency and esports go perfectly hand in hand,” explained Marek Suchar, Oddin.gg Managing Director and Co-Founder. “With TrustDice we will have the opportunity to provide our services to one of the pioneers at the intersection of iGaming and cryptocurrencies. 

“We are looking forward to this partnership, and are eager to see how we can evolve the crypto betting market with the partnership of TrustDice.”

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