BetMakers signs multiple agreements in Aus

BetMakers has signed new deals to enter the online wager market in Australia.
BetMakers has signed new deals to enter the online wager market in Australia.

Betting technology specialist will provide products and services to retail giants Rob Waterhouse and Mark Sampieri.

Australia.- Betting technology specialist BetMakers has signed deals with two Australian betting giants, Rob Waterhouse and Mark Sampieri.

The deals include new technology platforms and automated products, including trading and pricing solutions.

BetMakers has also agreed a commercial partnership with international gaming company Pronet Gaming.

The deal will allow Pronet to offer its customers BetMakers’ racing solutions.

This will allow punters to wager on more than 250,000 horse and greyhound racing events per year, alongside all of its sports, casino and retail benefits.

BetMakers CEO, Todd Buckingham, said: “The Waterhouse name needs no introduction. It has been a powerhouse in bookmaking spanning three generations, while the Sampieri family has been successful in bookmaking in Victoria since 1966.”

Of their separate deal, Pronet Gaming CCO, Bobby Longhurst, said: “It’s important for us to hit the ground running when live sport returns and the addition of BetMakers Technology Group’s product will help us achieve that.”

Australia has seen a sharp increase in online gambling since lockdown measures were introduced to fight the spread of Coronavirus in the country.

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