Sportingtech has announced the re-branding of its omnichannel platform ahead of a “concerted push into regulated markets across the globe.”
Its enhanced Quantum platform will control modular sports betting and casino software, which will allow partners to add specific services in markets they operate in.
The turnkey sports betting and casino platform includes more than 65 sports with over 1,000 betting markets, while the casino side offers 9,000 games from hundreds of industry studios.
Sportingtech says it will also feature a host of essential third-party integration, a content management system and a proprietary bonus engine that will reward sports and casino customers.
The Quantum Platform is being certified for several markets, such as the Latin American region.
Sportingtech CEO, Ivo Doroteia, believes the platform will “satisfy” operators and offer them “peace of mind” regardless of where they are based or what size their operation is.
Doroteia added: “Not only will the revamped Quantum platform provide operators with a comprehensive sportsbook and casino solution; it will be tailored to their particular markets and give them options to stand out from the crowd.
“Whether that is retail brands looking to go online, established European brands taking advantage of new markets, or media companies seeking to marry their brand with sports betting’s popularity, Sportingtech has a scalable solution to meet a variety of demands.”
Sportingtech says a light version of the Quantum Platform, called Quick Quantum, will offer all the main features and integrations of the parent platform, but claims it can be delivered in 6-8 weeks.