GameCo, a Las Vegas-based gambling company, today unveiled its complete solution for esports betting, specifically designed for casinos and sportsbooks, in U.S. regulated markets.
The application is the joint effort of the GRID Data Provider, Oddsmaker 10Star, and the Akcott Entertainment software developer for iGaming.
The operators will deliver an esports solution “strong and versatile plug-and-play” through the wagering platform, which incorporates wagering, data and video sharing, and risk management odds. The solution will be run under the newly released iGameCo, the brand for esports betting.
In April, GameCo collaborated with GRID in Berlin to “unlock the potential in esports” by feeding official data in real-time and showing casinos and sportsbooks. The agreement will improve GRID’s ties with game producers and organisers in the chorus with GameCo game licenses, which are in North America and Europe in more than 25 jurisdictions.
Askott Entertainment, a Vancouver based company will sell the Chameleon Gaming Platform, it’s iGaming technology that iGameCo will integrate into its sports portfolio. The solution will provide a customizable white Label platform for online betters and casino players of the future generation by integrating a variety of apps, including pre-party, in-play, and live stream betting.
The sportsbook solution of iGameCo will leverage 10Star ‘s price and risk management service. With the technology business at its heart, iGameCo will be able to deliver pre-match odds, real-time betting rates and risk management, which guarantees operators and partners “full margins.”
In addition to the developing sports betting industry in the region, current regulatory policies on sport betting in the United States are continuing to grow. Nine states allow for the wagering of sporting events, each on a case-by – case basis, in August, with different legal , administrative, and legislative combinations. While, some areas move faster than others towards the introduction of sports betting.
Between March and May, the regulators in Nevada granted 13 separate esports licenses enabling State licensed sport books to approve wagering in various titles such as League of Legends and the Overwatch Offensive. On the other hand , New Jersey proposed a proposal to include sports indefinitely in the state’s legal sports betting industry. The bill, A637, entered the Senate where the senators would either pass or veto the legislation introduced before the end of the year.