BetConstruct Revealed as Sports Technology Awards Group’s Global Betting Partner

Today (6th February), BetConstruct, the award-winning gaming solutions developer, was announced as the newest member of the Sports Technology Awards Group Global Partner network.

The Sports Technology Awards Group leads the global sports industry in championing the best tech-led innovations across international sports. BetConstruct’s position at the fore of advancing technology in sports betting, meant that this partnership makes great sense. Having enjoyed rapid international growth, BetConstruct will use the relationship to connect with existing and potential sports partners.

Rebecca Hopkins, CEO of the Sports Technology Awards Group, said ‘We are delighted to welcome BetConstruct to our family of Global Partners. As an award-winning brand with 15 years’ gaming experience, the expertise and industry respect they bring to bear helps elevate our brand within the gambling community, just as we will elevate theirs across the wider sports sector. All Group Partners are committed to seeing the positive evolution of technology in sports – as will be evident at our next major event, The Yahoo Sports Technology Awards, on May 2nd in London.’

For more information about the Sports Technology Awards Group please visit www.sportstechgroup.org and for more information about BetConstruct, please visit www.BetConstruct.com

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