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    SportingTech team up with to move into the African market

    SportingTech team up with to move into the African market

    Author Mathias Jensen Published Published 26/11-2018

    Malta-based provider of online gaming platforms, SportingTech, recently unveiled a new strategic agreement that will see the new Nigeria based sports betting site employee the company’s innovative Pulse technology.

    In a press release on Wednesday from European Gaming Media and Events, the company, that has its headquarters in Birkirkara, noted that this was the first deal they had made with an African-based company and that would be using the Pulse platform to give players “something brand-new and innovative.”

    SportingTech went on to say that the Pulse software will help to reach its targets to offer “well-established and passionate sports lovers in Nigeria” the “maximum level of entertainment”, as well as making it easier and quicker for them to place their bets.

    Elvis Dzombic, SportingTech’s Head of Business Development, stated that the Pulse platform is supplied with a number of features encouraging responsible gambling and also many unique promotional features that will give’s players “more fun than ever before.”

    He went on to say: “We are extremely happy to support promising projects like in achieving its goal of becoming the leader in Nigeria and later, in the African market. This is a great opportunity for us to showcase the power of the Pulse platform, both online and in retail. Entering the Nigerian market is a huge milestone. Our team is very dedicated to providing the best possible service and we will improve even more over time. This excellent platform in combination with highly skilled professionals guarantees success four our customers.”

    On its side,, based in Lagos, stated that it was the brainchild of veteran local professional iGamer Adekunle Adeniji and intends to be established in all of the 36 states of Nigeria in two years’ time. The businessman stated that the new website would “create the right tools for our agents” and offer low entry fees and signup bonuses that would make visiting the site “more fun.”

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