Gaming software provider BetConstruct has announced the hiring of Viktor Hoffman whose duty will be the command of the global marketing operations of Vbet, BetConstruct’s subsidiary sportsbook.
Hoffman is known for his time at MoPlay as chief procurement officer (CPO) and later as chief executive officer (CEO) at Marathonbet. Prior to that, he worked for two years at William Hill in the field of customer relationship management and also worked at Bwin as client services manager for two and a half years.
Regarding his new role at Vbet, Hoffman stated that he’s feeling very content for joining the company at such a pivotal time and that he’s planning to reintroduce that respected brand to the people. He also mentioned that he will bring new experiences and value to players from all around the world. Furthermore, he added that they are about to announce fresh strategic partnerships and that they will utilize the whole BetConstruct agenda. In addition to that, he praised BetConstruct’s technological achievements and the people behind them.
BetConstruct’s founder and CEO, Vigen Badalyan, stated that he is very satisfied with Hoffman’s addition to his company and expressed his belief that Hoffman will manage to help Vbet reach the next level of success.
Why choose Vbet
- Huge range of over 40 sports
- Asian Handicaps
- Attractive live betting
- Live streaming
- Multilive feature
- Payments free of charge
- Huge limits at winnings
- Competitive odds
Vbet is another example of an online bookmaker that at first focused on a local market and after a few years decided to expand. They made their introduction as an Armenian firm (named Vivarobet) back in 2003, but changed their name and logo when they made the great leap of attracting a wider betting audience. Their main advantage is that they offer certain betting options in sports that other leading online bookmakers do not, however, their betting limits are low, in some cases bordering on too low. Their payout is competitive though, especially in popular sports. Currently every available payment option is free of charge, but they should try to include more methods if they wish to become more competitive.