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Existing and future partners

BetConstruct, with a recently inaugurated office in Taipei, Taiwan, comes closer to its existing and future partners in Asia.

The company heads to this year’s Maca Gaming Show with an enhanced product line up.

“Asia is a sophisticated gaming and betting market due to its diversified political environments and policies. The gaming events in Macau are attractive to this region’s key players. We cherish the chance to meet our partners and discuss product development strategies face to face,” says Lichun Hsiao, head of BetConstruct’s regional office in Asia.

Everything BetConstruct offers will be showcased in Macau, including the recent Sportsbook developments, such as new margin, limit management and liability tools. Now partners have greater freedoms to choose which sports, competitions and markets they offer to players. They will also enjoy the enhanced ability to affect the competitiveness of their odds.

Since BetConstruct unveiled its Asian View Sportsbook, it has been refining localized versions of Sportsbook that appeal to Asian players.

BetConstruct’s Sportsbook offering is empowered by Sports Data Solutions, Agent System, Retail Betting Shop Solutions, etc.

BetConstruct will also present its greatly enlarged RNG and live dealer casino suites, along with virtual sports and games, poker, skill Games, social Gaming, etc.

“We have comprehensive gaming products and services, 24/7 technical support and all-embracing marketing tools,” says Lichun Hsiao. “Our Asian office is dedicated to offering intuitive and localized service for partners in Asia. Such approach will eliminate the language barrier and, most importantly, lead to fast and responsive support.”

The BetConstruct team will be located at stand AD25 at the show.

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