Wikibetting has launched its new Bet Compiler platform, which is based on a customised betting solution that allows users to create their own peer-to-peer bets.
Product manager Mark Abela Schinas said: “Our platform is designed to be integrated with an operator’s existing system.
“The platform can be branded using the operator’s colour scheme and logos, and integrated within their existing website so that it looks like just another product offered to the operator’s users.
“Furthermore we can integrate with the player database and wallet already being used by the operator to provide the user with a seamless experience when using the website.”
Mark Hothersall, business development manager, added: “The social betting platform helps connect peers globally within the operator’s system and builds more of a community, which will maximise betting activity based on the bets created by the users.
“Wikibetting has obtained a class four licence from the [Malta] LGA and will be available for demonstration on our stand at ICE.”