Voxbet maintains investments for future growth

Voxbet maintains investments for future growth

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Voxbet maintains investments for future growth

Voxbet, sports gambling software developer, accepted financial supplies of several investors including CIO of  Waterhouse VC Tom Waterhouse and chief executive of Tekkorp Capital Matt Davey.

Voxbet tends to utilize the investments for advancement of its natural-language gambling transcript system over its text and voice services which aims to boost its growth during the upcoming year.

Tom Waterhouse stated: 

Our mission is to secure growth by the means of maintaining continuous tactical investments in businesses which draw the future of the sports gambling industry. Voxbet is one of them as it makes a remarkable move in the UX for clients all over the world”.

Being established in August 2019, Waterhouse VC engages in international fundings for private and open gambling businesses, especially B2B providers.

In addition, the former chief executive at SG Digital of Scientific Games Corporation, Matt Davey, aimed to find an advanced gambling company to join forces after the offering of Tekkorp Digital costing around $250m over past October.

Voxbet made its third key step in its growth roadmap during the last couple of months. The former step was rebranding as Voxbet from Onionsack.

While acting as Onionsack, the company managed to acquire contracts providing voice-to-text translation technology for igaming giants like Paddy Power or Paris Mutuel Urbain.

After rebranding, the former Managing Director William Hill was appointed as chief executive.

The founder of Voxbet, Jonathan Power remarked: 

“It’s an honor to collaborate with such a fantastic partner. Their professionalism and experience together with a wide network of stable connections are to aid Voxbet complete its mission.”

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