Genting Re-Sign With FSB in Long-Term Sports Betting Solution

Written by:
Guest
Published on:
Oct/26/2017

Sports betting platform provider FSB has renewed a multi-year deal with their longest standing partner, Genting (GentingBet). Genting was FSB’s first client to take their fully-managed sports betting solution and the partnership has been running since 2013. The two companies will now continue to work together for the foreseeable future.

FSB’s CEO, David McDowell, commented: “Genting were the first client to believe that we could build and launch a sports betting service. Renewing the contract after four years speaks volumes about the relationship we have built together.  I’m particularly happy to be extending our relationship with one of the biggest names in the business.”

Andy Bentley, Operations Director of Genting UK, said: “Extending the relationship with FSB was an easy decision. Their platform, team and attitude are among the best in the industry.  FSB are quickly establishing themselves as a major supplier and we are looking forward to our ongoing cooperation.”

For more information, please contact: PR@fsbtech.com

Business/Financial News

Japanese Police Crack Down on Some Cryptocurrency Users

Japanese Police Crack Down on Some Cryptocurrency Users

Say what?Japanese Police have been cracking down on users of remote mining software apps, such as Coinhive, without their website visitors’ consent....

Sports Betting Software Arizona

Sports Betting Software Arizona

Sports betting software is available to those bookies and agents residing throughout the state of Arizona with major metropolitan areas including Phoenix, Tuscan,  and the Grand Canyon region.

Stress Test for Bitcoin Cash is Coming

A real world stress test is nearing for bitcoin cash with millions of transactions to be thrown its way in an effort to prove the digital currency can hold up to all the hype.

Cryptocurrency Prices Slumping Again, Attibuted to Japan Demands

Cryptocurrency Prices Slumping Again, Attibuted to Japan Demands

A slumping market across most cryptocurrencies is being blamed on Japan's Financial Services Agency (FSA) requring exchanges to make improvements to the Japanese trading platforms' anti-money laundering practices. 

'Enormous Assets' to be Returned in Mt. Gox Debacle

“This is the first time in Japan legal history,” attorney for the creditors, Daniel Kelman, stated, “that a liquidation has ever converted into a rehabilitation —it’s always the other way around after a rehab fails. This sort of also made legal history as well.”

Syndicate