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Vegas.hu signs with Flows for cutting-edge no-code innovation

| By iGB Editorial Team
Hungarian online casino and sports betting operator signs deal with industry’s leading no-code innovation platform, Flows.

Vegas.hu, a prominent Hungarian online casino and sports betting operator, has signed a strategic partnership with Flows, the industry-leading no-code innovation platform. This collaboration is set to empower Vegas.hu to revolutionise its digital operations, enabling new features and applications to be created without the complexities of traditional coding.

Integrating Flows will streamline Vegas.hu’s operations by consolidating data points, which is crucial for accelerating go-to-market strategies, reducing development time and cutting operational costs. The introduction of Flo, the innovative voice-activated AI tool from Flows, signifies a major advancement in digital product development, offering unprecedented freedom and speed in innovation.

Through Flows, Vegas.hu will be able to create new features effortlessly, automate personalised campaigns and tailor promotions and betting options, all while bypassing complex technical procedures. This partnership goes beyond enhancing product development; it positions Vegas.hu at the forefront of driving customer engagement with customised experiences and a commitment to responsible gambling strategies.

Domenico Mazzola, director of sales, said: “We’re excited to welcome Vegas.hu into the Flows community. As a leader in the Hungarian market, Vegas.hu’s choice to partner with Flows underscores our platform’s value in driving innovative solutions in the igaming space. This collaboration is a testament to our commitment to empowering operators with the tools they need to revolutionise their offerings and engage customers in new, exciting ways. We look forward to seeing how Vegas.hu will harness our platform to elevate innovation and enrich their customer experience.”