Sportingtech incorporates Golden Race products into its portfolio

Thanks to this partnership, Sportingtech’s customers will have access to Golden Race leading virtual sports and games, such as Football, Dog races, Horse races, Keno and Spin2Win.

Games of Golden Race have been licensed and certified in the most demanding jurisdictions and are currently available in over 50,000 shops and more than 400 websites.
Games of Golden Race have been licensed and certified in the most demanding jurisdictions and are currently available in over 50,000 shops and more than 400 websites.

Golden Race, a relevant developer and supplier of award-winning virtual sports and betting solutions, has signed a deal with online gaming provider Sportingtech for which its innovative content will be added to the latter’s Pulse platform.

About this association, Martin Wachter, Founder and CEO, Golden Race, said: “We are very happy to be dealing with Sportingtech. They are always focused on developing groundbreaking solutions, which is the same aim that drives us at Golden Race. With all our strength put together with a common focus, I am sure this partnership is going to be very successful for both companies. From now on, Sportintech’s players will be able to enjoy our leading products: the most sold virtual football and the most realistic virtual sports.”

For his part, Luis de Prat, Head of Business Development, Sportingtech, stated: “As a technology provider for the online gaming industry, we’re always keen to aggregate innovations to our content offering that will generate added value for our operator clients and enrich the product portfolio within our Pulse platform solution. We are especially pleased to partner with a best-of-breed supplier of virtual racing and sports games such as Golden Race, who lead the industry in this category. Golden Race products are much sought after by our operator customers due to their high demand by players in both mature and emerging markets. We are looking forward to this collaboration and are confident that it will be rewarding for both companies.”