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TVBET Is Now Available via Satellite

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The leading software provider of versatile TV games, TVBET, has added a new product vertical to their solutions that solves the problem of distributing live games to regions with poor Internet connections. TVBET Satellite solutions now make it feasible to provide land-based customers with top-notch content for gaming audiences.

The TVBET team offers its customizable solutions for operators worldwide, including web, mobile and retail platforms. The new offering TVBET Satellite is aimed at land-based casinos and betting shops and will be especially relevant for regions where the Internet connection is feeble. The access via satellite is a breakthrough for both the provider and land-based. This solution will diversify the client’s game portfolio and engage offline card and lottery fans with its uniqueness, beautiful high-quality picture, and a new option for making bets.

A standard piece of connection equipment and a decoder are the basic requirements for receiving a satellite signal by a land-based point. TVBET fully accompanies the connection process and will also advise in detail the exact needs if difficulties suddenly arise.

How Does It work?

Players of the betting shops can come and place bets on TVBET games’ outcomes in communication with the cashier. The cashier has the standard software offered by TVBET installed on the PC. The satellite provides fast signal transmission and maintains picture quality, so games are functioned in real-time. Players can watch the game and place bets here and now, without signal delays, ensuring fair play and winnings.

Thanks to the afore-mentioned solution, TVBET has currently launched games such as 7Bet and WheelBet in rotation on one screen. Land-based bookmakers can now add any other TVBET game or launch separate channels with specific settings that they need upon request. So this service is adaptive, and details can be customized. Several partners are already using the solution by TVBET.

Which Regions May Already Take Advantage of the Service?

At the moment, TVBET Satellite covers the following regions: Mauritania, Mali, Niger, Chad, Kenya, Uganda, Democratic Republic of Congo, Cameroon, Nigeria, Burkina Faso, Benin, Togo, Ghana, Gabon, Senegal, Guinea, Côte D’Ivoire, Sierra Leone, Liberia, Central African Republic, Tanzania, Algeria, Libya, Sudan, Ethiopia, Angola, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Mozambique, and South Africa. Satellite coverage can be expanded to other continents and regions upon request.

Subsequently, TVBET via satellite solves the problem of feeble Internet connection and attracts many more players, not only online but offline as well. Moreover, the solution can be adapted to the region and specific needs of the bookmaker or casino. This solution is a significant development that will supplement the games’ range of betting shops and improve their performance.

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Multichoice Acquires 20% Stake in Betking

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South African pay TV operator Multichoice has paid R1.3 billion ($81 million), and may still make more payments of R500 million, to acquire a 20% stake in the Nigerian sports bet company BetKing.

In a brief interim statement, it stated that the first payments were an upfront investment with Multichoice valuing BetKing at a minimum of R6.5billion ($31 million). The additional payment was dependent on earn-out targets which is undisclosed and lasting till the end of 2023.

BetKing which has been described by Multichoice as Pan-African and has, however, only had significant betting operations in Nigeria and Ethiopia. As of June 2020, they began operations in Kenya and bagged a sponsorship deal in the soccer league.

Multichoice stated that the deal is intent on pushing forward the revenue prospects by introducing new products and services that will create more growth opportunities.

However, Multichoice has no intention of making continuous payments to hold rights on European soccer. The partnership with BetKing is expected to push more prominent African players into the gambling industry.

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Sahara Games launches with Pronet Gaming across Africa

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New omni-channel platform partnership set to fuel major expansion

Leading African operator Sahara Games has rolled out a full omni-channel solution with next generation platform provider Pronet Gaming.

The innovative offering, which made its debut in Uganda this week and will roll out shortly in Kenya and Nigeria, includes both new online sportsbook and casino, as well as retail, platforms that feature their own UI and UX.

Pronet Gaming’s full suite of sportsbook solutions includes 35,000 live events a week, full and partial cash out, live match tracker and statistics, fast, accurate data, and a full risk management service to provide Sahara Games’ sports-mad customers with all they could want.

Its online casino content includes a catalogue of over 6,000 slots, table games from nearly 70 of the world’s best performing studios, and number games that are tailored to specific African markets.

Colin McDonagh, Pronet Gaming’s Chief Sales Officer, said the launch would provide the brand with a unique offering in a number of important markets and would throw down the gauntlet to its rivals.

He added: “Sahara Games now has an online and retail platform that will take them past the competition and give them a solid, dependable base upon which to create significant commercial growth.

“As an operator it is so important to not only have all of the modern tools and products at your disposal but to be able them to showcase them in your own unique way. We are really looking forward to delivering this for them.”

Jeff Halloran, CEO of Sahara Games, said: “Many platform providers don’t understand the African market and wonder why players don’t engage, so we were careful to choose a solution that provided the features they want and adapted to their demands.

“We assessed dozens of platforms and chose to partner with Pronet Gaming primarily because they understood the flexibility we required. Thanks to their platform, we plan to offer creative features to the African market that have never been seen before.”

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TVBET Is Now Available via Satellite

George Miller

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TVBET Is Now Available via Satellite
Reading Time: 2 minutes

 

The leading software provider of versatile TV games, TVBET, has added a new product vertical to their solutions that solves the problem of distributing live games to regions with poor Internet connections. TVBET Satellite solutions now make it feasible to provide land-based customers with top-notch content for gaming audiences.

The TVBET team offers its customizable solutions for operators worldwide, including web, mobile and retail platforms. The new offering TVBET Satellite is aimed at land-based casinos and betting shops and will be especially relevant for regions where the Internet connection is feeble. The access via satellite is a breakthrough for both the provider and land-based. This solution will diversify the client’s game portfolio and engage offline card and lottery fans with its uniqueness, beautiful high-quality picture, and a new option for making bets.

A standard piece of connection equipment and a decoder are the basic requirements for receiving a satellite signal by a land-based point. TVBET fully accompanies the connection process and will also advise in detail the exact needs if difficulties suddenly arise.

How Does It work?

Players of the betting shops can come and place bets on TVBET games’ outcomes in communication with the cashier. The cashier has the standard software offered by TVBET installed on the PC. The satellite provides fast signal transmission and maintains picture quality, so games are functioned in real-time. Players can watch the game and place bets here and now, without signal delays, ensuring fair play and winnings.

Thanks to the afore-mentioned solution, TVBET has currently launched games such as 7Bet and WheelBet in rotation on one screen. Land-based bookmakers can now add any other TVBET game or launch separate channels with specific settings that they need upon request. So this service is adaptive, and details can be customized. Several partners are already using the solution by TVBET.

Which Regions May Already Take Advantage of the Service?

At the moment, TVBET Satellite covers the following regions: Mauritania, Mali, Niger, Chad, Kenya, Uganda, Democratic Republic of Congo, Cameroon, Nigeria, Burkina Faso, Benin, Togo, Ghana, Gabon, Senegal, Guinea, Côte D’Ivoire, Sierra Leone, Liberia, Central African Republic, Tanzania, Algeria, Libya, Sudan, Ethiopia, Angola, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Mozambique, and South Africa. Satellite coverage can be expanded to other continents and regions upon request.

Subsequently, TVBET via satellite solves the problem of feeble Internet connection and attracts many more players, not only online but offline as well. Moreover, the solution can be adapted to the region and specific needs of the bookmaker or casino. This solution is a significant development that will supplement the games’ range of betting shops and improve their performance.

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