Bitville Gaming partners with Betradar

Bitville Gaming, a specialist in building fixed-odds B2B products, has partnered with Betradar to launch a Numbers Betting Online solution.


The online widget-based solution features a fully responsive, modern and clean design and highly customisable user interface to match any brand. It has been designed to operate across a range of devices, including all popular smartphone and tablet devices, desktop browsers and betting terminals.


Reflecting Betradar’s client spread across the world, the new solution also features global adaptability, with multi-currency, multi-language and a localised user time-zone display. It is a key enhancement to Betradar’s Numbers Betting retail solution that was first launched in 2015.


Betradar's Ales Kecman said: “All our clients are looking for speed, an excellent level of coverage and reliability when it comes to lotteries betting. Bitville has fully leveraged this opportunity and, through the partnership with them, we’re able to provide these three key pillars in the one solution.


We are extremely pleased and excited to be supporting Bitville's lottery betting platform with our unrivalled Numbers Betting service. Our teams have been working very closely together over the past few months and our aim is to continue to deliver the best in the class, cutting edge and most comprehensive lotteries betting online solution for our domestic and international clients.”


Bitville CEO, Andrew von Hoesslin, said: “This is a ground-breaking partnership for Bitville Gaming in what is a very exciting time for us with the launch of the revamped Numbers Betting Online Solution.


Betradar are global leaders in their field and share our enthusiasm and passion for lottery betting and gaming. Their extensive data coverage, integrity and security will offer crucial support in our efforts to promote the best and unrivalled lottery betting service in the market, whilst providing enthusiasts worldwide with a truly enjoyable and credible lottery betting experience.”