PRN: Sports Betting Tech (SBTECH) Showcases its Cutting Edge Mobile Betting Platform at ICE 2012
Sports Betting Tech (SBTECH) Showcases its Cutting Edge Mobile Betting Platform at ICE 2012
GIBRALTAR, January 17, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
Sports Betting Tech (SBTECH) is very proud to announce its first mobile betting platform, designed specifically for leading smart phones and tablet devices. The new, innovative and cutting edge HTML5 platform includes full banking and cashier functionality and various personalization elements, which allow operators to interact with their players effectively. The overall gaming experience is further enhanced with quick navigation and smart search functionality.
The application was also designed to comply with strict regulatory guidelines including the use of GPS location to ensure players are wagering from an authorised location.
"This is a very exciting milestone for SBTECH, our partners and their punters, and I am confident that our mobile betting application will be very well received as the usability and total experience is truly magnificent" says SBTECH CEO Itai Zak. "Today's punters want to be a part of the action and to not only make bets during events but to see those bets settled in real time, either while they're watching TV or watching events live. The prevalence of iPhone, Android and other smart phones combined with the explosion in tablets such as the iPad allows players to bet anywhere and anytime and mobile is the obvious choice of channel."
An outstanding mobile betting experience
SBTECH will be demonstrating their mobile betting platform at ICE at London's Earl's Court on January 24th - 26th.
About Sports Betting Tech:
Established in 2007, Sports Betting Tech (SBTECH) is a leading provider of interactive sport betting solutions and services to traditional and regulated markets. The complete offering includes an innovative, dynamic and highly customizable suite of turnkey and fully managed online, mobile and offline solutions which push the frontiers of interactive betting."