• Bede Gaming Pursuing Future Partnerships

    29 September 2017

    Bede gaming on pursue for future partnerships

    Leading software giant in the gambling industry, Bede Gaming, has directed its forces on building stronger relationships with key operators, deeply widening the business network and strengthening its position. By working closely with proven casino establishments, the company is due to ensure higher performance ranks and further adjustment of the award-winning gaming platforms.

    Back-up Approach For Operators

    The leading provider has established an alternative course for operators, which is to ensure flexibility and adaptability. The core of Bede’s business strategy is to attract as many clients as possible, including those who migrate their platforms, and those who opt for full white label only. Pursuing genuine partnerships with high-ranked operators demands regular dialogues and agreements about various gaming improvements. The next step in reaching higher service levels is the upcoming VIP client day, which will provide greater experience and acceptance of players.

    Upcoming Forum And Feedback Session

    The supplier will be hosting a forum and feedback session for the whole network of clients at its offices in Newcastle from 27-28 September, followed by a fine dining experience and a golf tournament. Bede has built world success by providing royal treatment to all its clients and partner suppliers, actively considering their feedback and implementing them into their longstanding development strategy. By organizing the session this month, the provider is hoping to make it a regular event each year and broaden this approach to its business partners.

    Leading Supplier Since Its Foundation

    The supplier was founded in 2012, offering only the latest in modern technologies and providing safe, top-end casino products for supreme gaming action. The online gaming industry is now widely powered by the company, essentially in regulated markets, which consists of millions of users and transactions. Thanks to a flexible and highly customizable gaming platform, which can be integrated into any third party software, th brand has reached ultimate high-tech casino solutions and an advantage over other companies. It is headquartered in Newcastle upon-Tyne, UK and it is licensed by the UK Gambling Commission.

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