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BetConstruct links up with Atlantis Gaming Corporation
BetConstruct has entered into a tribal-focused partnership with Atlantis Gaming Corporation (AGC).
Under the new agreement, the two parties will jointly develop a platform that will be offered to casino operators in sovereign nations in the US and overseas.
BetConstruct and AGC said they plan to launch the Tribal Gaming Network (TGN) as a platform environment that is able to deliver content that is relevant to tribes and their individual compacts.
TGN will initially offer casinos the ability to operate social gaming and fantasy sports products, with links to other tribal nations via a Virtual Private Network (VPN) in 28 territories throughout the US.
Companies will have a combination of thousands of games and sports offerings, but will be required to limit and geo-restrict players based on the laws in each jurisdiction.
“Our mandate is to provide to both our operators and our end user players a robust, secure, and compliant platform, fresh content, and payment processing, BetConstruct delivered on that demand,” AGC president and chief executive Donald Bailey said.
“AGC has a long-term dedication in assisting tribal casinos to compete in the e-gaming revolution and the introduction of innovative partnerships such as TGN will accomplish our objectives to advance tribal communities in the gaming industry.”
Vahe Baloulian, chief executive of BetConstruct, added: “There are few opportunities for electronic gaming in the United States and we are looking forward to our future together.
“AGC has done a great job of building relationships within the tribal sector and has strong leadership on their team, together with our state of the art technology, it’s a winning combination.”
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