BetConstruct partners with SIS

The joint venture aims to expand BetConstruct's race offering with SIS’ international racing coverage.

Betting and gambling software provider BetConstruct has signed a partnership with the live betting service Sports Information Services (SIS).

The agreement aims to “bring continued progress and undeniable success” to both SIS and BetConstruct’s scope of partners.

Through the partnership, BetConstruct will benefit from a strengthened and enhanced racing offering provided by SIS.

Such benefits include frequent betting opportunities alongside a range of international meetings.

As well as UK and Irish greyhound racing, SIS will provide horse racing footage from the US, Dubai, Latin America and Mauritius.

Content will be provided as a complete solution via on-screen graphics, data commentary, live-streamed images and betting triggers as well as “an extensive range of markets and prices”.

By adding the racing footage to the partnership, the two firms hope to build new opportunities for operators by driving turnover and revenue through extra “value-added services” like managed trading services and pre-race betting prompts.

“As a well-known company in the gaming industry, [BetConstruct] always keeps the needs of partners in mind and is constantly looking for new opportunities to provide its network with the best content and help them stand out from the fierce competition”, a statement from BetConstruct said.

Recently, BetConstruct has adopted the cryptocurrency Fasttoken (FTN) as its primary payment method to support its belief in Web 3.0 as the “future of business and payments”.

In an exclusive sale, 20% of BetConstruct partners are said to have already acquired the token with more than 40 agreeing to include it in their list of supported cryptocurrencies.

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