TVBET, a popular live casino content aggregator, has partnered with B2B iGaming provider, RWB. Following the agreement, TVBET says that the live casino will get unlimited access to its streaming services for its clients and affiliates.
The official press release says the deal aligns with TVBET's ambition to collaborate with top online live casinos in the iGaming industry. TVBET says that this deal will allow RWB's partners to gain access to the supplier's complete library of live dealer games.
TVBET is one of the leading software suppliers in the live casino industry. The company proudly owns the popular PokerBet, which uses the same rules as Texas Hold 'em. TVBET also offers classics like Live Blackjack, Keno, Andar Bahar, and Teen Patti.
Live game show fans on the RBW's cutting-edge platform also have something to smile about. Players will access titles such as 1Bet, War of Elements, FruitRace, WheelBet, and 5Bet.
RWB is a comprehensive platform that combines sports betting and eSports services. The platform also features advanced RNG and live casino products. The supplier provides various full-service solutions, including data handling, software management, web development, app services, communication tech, network solutions, IT assistance, and maintenance.
According to Jason Teh, CEO of RWB, the cooperation with TVBet aligns with the company's goal of providing its customers with innovative live content. The CEO hailed TVBet for having a unique perspective compared to other live casino suppliers, and RWB is embracing the opportunity to introduce these stimulating game titles to new regions.
On their part, GP Mabazza, TVBET's Sales and Business Development Manager in Asia, expressed the company's delight in joining forces with the RWB platform to extend the reach of our live casino games. The official said that RWB stands out as an innovative and comprehensive iGaming platform that provides new and unique solutions to the industry.
"TVBET welcomes new partner in its network, and we're sure that our cooperation will be long-term and mutually beneficial," Mabazza concluded.