Oddin.gg secures esports betting partnership with NSoft

14 February 2023


Image credit: Oddin.gg / NSoft

Esports betting services provider Oddin.gg has announced a partnership with Bosnian betting platform supplier NSoft.

The partnership will allow NSoft’s clients to access Oddin.gg’s esports betting solutions. This includes an iFrame, widgets, marketing services and around-the-clock content.

NSoft is one of the leading IT and tech companies from Bosnia and Herzegovina. The company develops products for betting companies and is known for its software development. The company also develops its own casino games, as well as lottery games and other virtual iGaming products. According to its website, NSoft works with the likes of Pinnacle, Ladbrokes, Superbet, and Coral.

The partnership with Oddin.gg is the first large-scale esports partnership for NSoft, which plans to further increase its presence in the competitive gaming market. The partnership will see Oddin.gg’s solutions integrated into NSoft offerings, allowing the company to improve the quality of products that it offers to clients.

Marek Suchar, Managing Director and Co-founder at Oddin.gg, commented on the news: “By teaming up with NSoft, a well-known platform and content supplier, we can reach new heights of success and expand our services to a wider audience in many markets.

“We share the same vision of innovation, expansion, and product quality, and we’re looking forward to a solid partnership.”

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Oddin.gg has made a lot of positive moves recently. The company, based in Czechia, has recently acquired a betting license allowing it to operate in Ontario, Canada’s largest province. It also raised $4.5m (£3.7m) in Series A financing last August and hired three former Bayes Esports executives: Mark Balch, Juana Bischoff, and Richard Kidd.

Speaking about the partnership with Oddin.gg, NSoft CEO Dario Jurčić noted that the company will now be able to bring esports content to its clients, something that the company identified as a big benefit for players.

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Ivan Šimić
Ivan comes from Croatia, loves weird simulator games, and is terrible at playing anything else. Spent 5 years writing about tech and esports in Croatia, and is now doing it here.