A new German bookmaker has been launched

27 Jan 2017

German Sports bettingGaming Innovation Group (GIG) seems that is about to extend their business not only at Norway, where they are based, but in other European countries as well. Their first move is to create a new betting company in Germany. The name will be Wetten.com and will be a German-language bookmaker. The sports betting platform will be provided by the industry software provider, iGaming Cloud and Wetten.com will be the first betting operator that will be launched on this platform.

Daniel Bradtke (Wetten CEO) and Gabriel Vollmann (Wetten COO), will lead the new brand’s growth. After all they are experienced on this sector and those gentlemen will be essential at the company’s targeted growth at the markets of Switzerland, Germany and Austria. After all, those two bring to the table 25 years of experience in sports betting industry. As Wetten CEO Daniel Bradtke commented on Wetten.com’s launch: «Wetten.com aims at a specific target group in the German speaking markets who appreciate integrity, transparency and most of all a great user experience…So one could truly say: Wetten.com is “Wetten made in Germany».

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