• Betzest Expected to Launch by Mid November

    05 October 2017

    Betzest expected to launch by mid november

    A rare occurrence is underway in the online gaming industry. The yet to be launched Betzest sportsbook and casino will not likely even open their virtual doors before the middle of November, yet industry insiders are already singing their praises.

    Founded by Industry Professionals

    Reports so far indicate that Betzest will be run by talented people who are specialists. Affiliates across the spectrum are already talking up the brand in Scandinavia and elsewhere. A spokesperson said in a note that the company behind Betzest already employs 400 people between Lisbon, Brazil, Chile, Turkey, and now Malta. Our research finds a Mr. Saviour Magro in Malta as Operations Manager and Mr. Marius Filip in Malta as CEO. We'll drop a few familiar company names here, associated with the gentlemen, in no particular order: BetClic, Tivoli, LeoVegas, and Redbet/Whitebet. 

    Licenses: UKGC. MGA, Curacao

    Aside from having seen their purple sign on the Malta offices, the smallest of their offices with 4 or 5 people, we can tell you the casino is licensed in Malta, Curacao, and by the Gambling Commission in the UK - so they certainly intend a wide reach. As well, the splash page for the domain is graphically sharp, so they have not spared any investment in talent there.

    "Our proprietary technology, unique products, and innovative marketing all combine to offer a superb experience to customers worldwide," read another note from the company.

    High-end Software

    Sports will be delivered via Sportingtech, used by high-end online and retail gaming operators with a reach into 15 regulated markets. The book will offer thousands of betting markets daily.

    The casino will host games from Netent, Microgaming, Yggdrasil, and Play'n Go, and all services will be supported in Swedish, Norwegian, Finnish, Portuguese, German, and English.

    The mobile platform will provide optimized gaming for any device and an App will be available. The list of payment methods cover the whole of Europe and beyond with regional favorites such as Zimpler, Entrocard for Norway, and Trustly for those who don't like limits. Pay by phone and PayPal should be accepted upon, or soon after launch.

    For now, that's about all we can tell you but be sure to expect more as this sleeping giant begins to stir and gets closer to launch.

    Sources

    Betzest, Memo, About Us 10-05-2017

    Betzest Website 10-05-2017

    Google Sidebar 10-05-2017

    LinkedIn 10-05-2017


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