The new year has just begun, but TBVET already has huge goals for it. The leading live-games provider has unveiled major plans for 2021: +4 new games, even more expansion, better interface.
TVBET is going to represent four new live-games soon. One of the TVBET partners has already implemented two of these games, and their figures have shown high interest and involvement on the part of the players. Two more games are in development. All four games will soon be added to the TVBET portfolio and presented to all partners.
The team is constantly working on the improvement of its product. Herewith, in 2020 TVBET auditors have done the analysis of the TVBET Game frame and updated it towards the convenience of the player, making the games more user-friendly and easy-to-understand. These processes have not been completed yet, and the provider will proceed with its plan of renovation in 2021. All this is done to make the players feel comfortable, and, accordingly, this leads to an increase in the number of bets.
And one more step to be made is a wider expansion of TVBET’s presence in the world igaming stage. The team is already negotiating with potential partners from Latin America, Africa, Asia, Europe, CIS. The 2021 year is expected to be fruitful for the live-games provider and bring many new successful partnerships.
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