LONDON, June 13, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
Playtech subsidiary Mobenga has become the mobile partner of Italy's sportsbook giant Sisal, launching its new mobile services just in time for EURO 2012.
The innovative services are foremost designed to meet the increasing demand from players to connect and play via smartphones with iOS and Android devices.
With the Sisal Matchpoint offering, players can bet on all events. One key feature is that players can receive real time information about the course of the game such as substitutions, changes in the game and live results, enabling them to bet LIVE on many events.
In addition, a special "Info Center" has been created in order for players to access statistics, results and standings of all leagues, so they may better prepare their bets.
Another feature of the new Sisal Matchpoint client is "Quickbet," a fixed selection of the most important games of the day, which gives customers the ability to deposit and wager in two steps. The offering in its entirety is certain to transform the kind of service Sisal will deliver to its players.
Marco Tiso, Digital Games Business Manager, SISAL, commented, "Sisal's strategy is based on working with the best international partners and we are very pleased to team up with Mobenga. Sisal will invest more and more in innovative mobile solutions, aiming to meet and anticipate new market trends and evolution in our players' lifestyles."
Christian Rajter, Mobenga CEO, commented, "We are very pleased that Sisal, one of the largest and most reputable companies on the Italian market has partnered with Mobenga in order to ensure that their customers get the best in class mobile offering. We look forward to supporting Sisal and contributing to their success with mobile. An event like the Euros is a great kickoff to our continued cooperation."
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