EGT Interactive signs deal with Bet-Live in Bosnia and Herzegovina expansion

EGT Interactive signs deal with Bet-Live in Bosnia and Herzegovina expansion

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EGT Interactive has entered a new partnership deal with Bet-Live, a casino operator based in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The company’s entire suite is now available for access on Bet-Live via the CorNet platform. This integration has already proved to be successful.

Bet-Live is a popular casino operator in the country, operating around 290 land-based shops. The operator also offers online sports betting, casino, bingo games and live betting services. The Eastern European market already loves EGT Interactive, so this deal makes a lot of sense since it already has a large audience in the area.

This new partnership surely brings something new to the table in terms of EGT Interactive’s presence in the regulated market of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The operator’s popular online slots including Rise of Ra, Shining Crown, Amazons’ Battle, 40 Super Hot and 20 Super Hot are all player-favourites in the country.

Todor Zahariev, EGT Interactive managing director, mentioned in a comment: 

“Bet-Live is a well-known operator in Bosnia and Herzegovina with an impressive reach. We are delighted to partner with them and to offer our preferred games to more and more players across this market.”

Managing director of Bet-Live d.o.o. Istocno Sarajevo Željko Dobranic, stated: 

“We are very proud to cooperate with one of the most famous companies providing slot games. We hope that this cooperation will improve our services and further strengthen our brand in the market.”

Ivica Lučić, CorNet CEO, also noted: 

“By integrating EGT games into our platform, we are able to provide our customers with the content needed in modern online betting. Bet-Live is one of the largest operators in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and we are proud to offer their players the best entertainment with great content provided by EGT games.”

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