EnergyBet gets in the Virtual Sports market

4 Apr 2017

Virtual Sports marketEnergyBet is one of the most exciting and upcoming bookmakers globally, their revenue are always on the up and their services become better and better as the months pass by. Now, they seem ready to get in a new market area, the Virtual Sports market, since they agreed to offer their customers a range of markets from the industry provider Leap Gaming. As the EnergyBet governance stated, this move proves that the betting operator wants to become a premium sportsbook product. Leap Gaming will provide its full portfolio  of virtual sports including tennis, horse racing, dog racing, velodrome cycling, speedway, and trotting.

Dan Fischer, who is LEAP Gaming’s Chief Commercial Officer, commented on the cooperation of the two sides: «We are delighted to partner up with EnergyBet and provide our virtual sports to their extensive footprint. EnergyBet has been meritoriously recognised as ‘A Rising Star in Sports Betting’. We are confident Leap’s virtual sports suite, and specifically our newly released INSTANT (On-Demand) Suite, will complement EnergyBet’s gaming and sports portfolio extremely well, and we look forward to a long lasting and prosperous partnership».

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