Global Bet is one of the largest independent providers when it comes to virtual sports. It employs an in-house team of celebrated developers and acclaimed 3D artists and provides services on all 7 continents. This includes a totally customised Virtual Sports portfolio containing 15+ number and sports games.
Supabets is an online bookmaker belonging to the South African Portapa (Pty) Ltd company. The parent business has a license from the Gauteng Gambling Board to accept wagers and these two organisations have just struck a deal.
A Win-Win Situation
Global Bet Virtual Sports has gone live with Supabets via Intelligent Gaming, part of the latter’s effort to take advantage of the fledgeling market in South Africa. Global Bet Chief Executive Officer Daniel Grabher has revealed that the aim of the partnership is to duplicate the success his company has seen in other major markets across the African continent.
Grabher mentioned the severe directives which rule the SA market, describing it as one with huge potential that has not yet been fully exploited. Grabher stated that he’s incredibly confident that his company’s success story will soon feature an additional chapter thanks to this key market, adding that this is not least because it’s teamed up with the perfect local partner.
Details of the Deal
The agreement sees the full suite of the Global Bet omnichannel premium virtual sports becoming available along with a brand-new PRO series of games. These will feature Instant Play options that will have a ripple effect on the South African gaming community for many years to come.
The CEO at Intelligent Gaming (Pty) Ltd, which operates Supabets, Marc Plaxton-Harrison, gave his nod of approval to the new deal. He explained that amalgamating his organisation’s distribution channels within operations already running with the finest virtual sports product on the market is a fantastic decision. He went on to say that, in light of the current boom virtual sports is enjoying globally, big revenue growth is expected alongside a long, mutually successful working partnership.