Betable is bringing real-money gaming to more than just traditional mobile casino apps (Image source: MobileMarketingWatch)
Move over, real-money casino apps: there is a whole bunch of the latest games arriving at city, and they’re ready to provide you a run for your money, too.
A lot of that is because London-based startup Betable which provides real-money gambling tools for game developers, primarily on Apple and Android devices is looking towards a bright future after raising $18.5 million in its second round of financing, led by Venture51.
Betable’s total financing has now reached $23 million when along with funds from past backers Greylock Partners and Founders Fund, placing them in good stead for a push in the right way as they look towards innovation in the online video gaming globe.
Real-Money Software for Game Makers
The business’s strength arises from providing a software code which plugs into a game make it possible for betting, meaning game makers can maintain their concentrate on developing the design and feel of the application and put away any worries that go with the development of real-money wagering additives to the software.
This means game developers are now able to benefit from pre-fab software coding for payments, fraudulence detection, regulatory compliance as well as the complex math modelling which is required for real-money gaming.
Chief executive officer Christophe