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BGaming doubles up across the board in 2021

BGaming doubles up across the board in 2021

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Taking stock of 2021, the BGaming studio has announced a doubling of its GGR, its bets taken and its bets count over the past 12 months compared to 2020. This performance uplift also includes x1.25 growth in cryptocurrency play.

BGaming obtained the MGA licence and entered the Latin American market this past year, significantly increasing its number of partners and making a major contribution to this impressive growth. This list of partners extended to from 405 to 709 over the year, growth of 175%. A significant number of these new partners are fast-growing cryptocurrency projects, in demand among players due to the popularity of digital currencies. BGaming has supported this worldwide trend from the outset, being the world’s first iGaming provider to support cryptocurrencies. 

“There is a saying: We can’t become what we need to be by remaining what we are,” highlights Marina Ostrovtsova, Executive Director at BGaming. “So our growth is determined by our growing team and our ability to be flexible and adjust to what we have right here right now. The quality of our internal communication and what we air into the market is getting more efficient and stronger.”

And 2022 promises to be even more innovative for BGaming. In addition to entering new markets, primarily mainly Asian and African, and obtaining new licenses, the studio is going to implement a jackpot system and look for new crypto solutions.

“The most important thing we learned in 2021 is that we know what to do to grow faster,” says Alexandr Shavel, Head of Business Development Department at BGaming. “We will keep developing our line-up to offer players a diverse portfolio of engaging titles. Also, crypto projects have become an integral part of online gambling, so we strive to keep abreast of this trend by offering new products such as Space XY.”