BtoBet’s certified partner for Africa, STM Gaming – has announced a cross-channel
partnership with Nigerian based operator RedsonBet.
The partnership will see RedsonBet use BtoBet’s technology to power its online and mobile channels, but also its extensive and constantly expanding retail network, with the number of retail shops expected to climb to 100 outlets in the coming weeks.
Focusing on delivering an enhanced user experience to its players, the Nigerian
operator will be delivering a diverse portfolio of offerings based on local and international sports betting, including live sports events, online and live casino, jackpots and a range of special bets and virtuals.
STM Gaming’s CEO, Alessandro Pizzolotto, said: “Undoubtedly the WLP Program has proved to be a perfect solution for Africa.
“Not only does it bring a simplified approach for licensees to enter the local iGaming industry, but the provision of advanced technology tailored to the local technological requirements and the operational support that we provide to our partners are key elements to this success.”
Sabrina Soldà, BtoBet’s Chief Marketing Officer, concurred with Pizzolotto regarding the impact that the White Label Partnership Program had in Africa, “When we embarked on the WLP Program we had in mind coupling localization with deep local knowledge. You can never truly understand the dynamics of the local industries if you are not physically present in the region.
This has been the program’s major strength, with us not being only considered as just technological providers, but a source of information, and knowledge, that is a great asset particularly in a market based on a set of unique circumstances from an infrastructural and regulatory aspect.”
Soldà added that through this approach, BtoBet and its Certified Partners are simplifying the local problematics and providing operators with not only adaptable technology, but the expertise that is key to their success.