ComeOn extends its partnership with sports betting provider SBTech

7 Jun 2019

sbtech-photoComeOn and software provider SBTech have recently renewed their long-time partnership that dates back to 2009. Through that partnership extension ComeOn will continue utilizing sports betting platform solutions provided by SBTech in many markets all around the globe.

ComeOn and its subsidiaries are supplied with SBTech’s complete collection of solutions that includes live betting and live streaming services, live match trackers, statistic feeds and front-end technologies. SBTech is also planning to supply ComeOn with its latest application programming interface (API) through which it will be allowed to modify some key elements of its website like the betting slip, the page layout and some trading strategies. Furthermore, ComeOn will be allowed to deploy a centralised back-end system in order to control its operations in various markets, by using localisation tools and other gambling tools.

Lahcene Merzoug, the CEO of ComeOn, stated that they are very content upon agreeing to renew their partnership with SBTech. He also mentioned that they are optimistic that together they will be able to keep providing their players with a considerable sportsbook experience.

Richard Carter, the managing director of SBTech, said that the decade-long partnership of his company with ComeOn will continue with absolute success. He also stated that his company's innovative technology will keep on enabling the distinguished sportsbook to broaden its operations into new markets and continue offering its players a great sports betting experience.

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Established in 2010 and still undergoing a number of changes, ComeOn is surely one of the bookies to watch in the near future. Their presence in Malta, perhaps the most high profile jurisdiction in the world, ensures that they remain close to the betting evolution center. They offer a different betting experience, somewhat lighter and more friendly, by portraying punting as a pass time activity. They focus on a variety of betting markets and offer a lot of special bets, especially in football. They are also offering free-of-charge withdrawals, but instead charge deposits. They need a live streaming service and an effective mobile app to be rated among the top bookies.

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