Swedish mobile telephone games and content developer Mobenga has been awarded with the contract to provide a mobile service to sportsbook operator BetClic, which is owned by France’s Mangas Gaming SAS.
Mobenga stated that its tailor-made services would encompass all of BetClic’s offerings and focus on ‘providing the end customers with the same experience as they are accustomed to getting online’.
“We are very excited by this partnership with Mobenga, a leading company providing innovative mobile gaming services,” said Nicolas Beraud, Chief Executive Officer for BetClic.
“Thanks to both our expertises, our customers will have the comfort to bet on BetClic whenever and wherever they want. This partnership further enhances our commitment to giving the biggest betting experience to our customers.”
Mobenga and BetClic announced that the new mobile service would be ‘dynamic, vibrant and innovative’ with the applications and user experience ‘as rich as possible’. The clients are to be modularly built and future-proofed in order to make it easier to add additions and functions down the road.
“I am extremely pleased that BetClic has chosen us to become its mobile partners,” said Christian Rajter, Chief Executive Officer for Mobenga.
“BetClic is an exciting and innovative company that has a very good vision of where its wants to be with the mobile channel and we look forward to getting it there.”