South African operator adds live betting games content to first digital offering
BetGames.TV, the leading live dealer betting games supplier, has agreed to provide its full array of live content to Peermont Hotels’ brand PalaceBet.co.za, further cementing its South African presence in the process.
Having gone live on 7 October, the digital operator now offers popular titles including War of Bets, Wheel of Fortune and 6+ Poker to players in the country, who have already shown significant interest in the supplier’s engaging games.
Delivered via an SBTech integration, the additional content will help onboard Peermont’s land-based players to the online brand, with the fixed-odds gaming vertical proving to be an impressive boost to revenue in lockdown-affected months.
In the first half of 2020, BetGames.TV saw its total number of bets in the market almost double, and it currently has around 500,000 South Africans engaging with its games on a regular basis.
Commenting on the partnership, Richard Hogg, CCO at BetGames.TV, said: “South African players have taken to our live content very well in recent months, and we’re sure PalaceBet.co.za’s burgeoning player base will also enjoy what we have to offer.
“Peermont are a well-established land-based operator, and we can’t wait to help them transition to the digital space with content that’s already proven to drive impressive revenues in the market.”
Nigel Atherton, Peermont Hotels’ CEO, said: “As an industry leader, we are looking for partners that fit in with our high standards and can provide a quality product that bettors have come to expect.
“BetGames.TV offers just that and we’re proud to add their library of products to PalaceBet, a brand that we’ve high hopes for and that aims to deliver some of the best betting experiences around.”
With licences issued by the likes of the UKGC and the MGA, and with various accreditations from South African authorities, BetGames.TV is one of the most regulated live betting providers in the industry and a proven partner in this specific market