Pronet Gaming enters new partnership with TVBET

Pronet Gaming enters new partnership with TVBET

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Pronet Gaming has revealed a new blossoming partnership with TVBET that will allow it to majorly improve the quality and capacity of its iGaming platform and even its software services and products. TVBET is set to be providing Pronet with 12 brand new games from its collection, which will all be available to new and current clients.

Pronet will be benefiting from this new partnership as its platform and solution will be acquiring TVBET’s live HD streaming content that contains hugely popular casino games and even some lottery-type schemes.

Pronet Gaming CCO Bobby Longhurst commented on the deal saying:

“TVBET is well-known in the industry for providing appealing live-streamed content that has proven to be very popular with players all over the world. Given our focus on further strengthening our presence in emerging markets, adding TVBET’s products to our platform diversifies our portfolio, providing another world-class offering for our operator partners.”

Thanks to this new agreement, TVBET will be providing live titles such as ‘21Bet’, which is inspired by blackjack, and a wheel of fortune-based roulette concept called ‘WheelBet’. Some of the HD titles also cover Backgammon and the company’s own live lottery game called ‘5Bet’. All of these titles will be broadcast year-round, 24 hours a day, every day.

The brand new deal is extremely important to Pronet as it is looking to hone many of its partnerships that it has acquired thus far in new markets. Moreover, this partnership will allow Pronet to provide its partners with cutting-edge HD live gaming solutions.

CEO of TVBET Peter Korpusenko also said:

“The partnership between TVBET and Pronet Gaming is an excellent step towards our common goal of providing high-quality content to bookmakers and casinos, both online and offline. We are delighted to team up with the Pronet Gaming platform, with a shared vision and mission.”

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