LONDON, February 4, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
BetVictor, one of Europe's leading and most distinctive betting companies are delighted to announce the launch of their new website http://www.betvictorb2b.com , in time for ICE 2013, which showcases their exciting new products and services.
Ron Regan Head of Business Development for BetVictor B2B explained: "This exciting new development the new B2B website will allow any potential partners to have a more visual experience when learning about our solutions. Our aim is to allow you to compete with the major operators without huge operational costs and overheads."BetVictor B2B will be exhibiting at ICE 2013 from 4-6 th Feb inc at the ExCel Centre and welcome you to their stand A258 where their experienced team will offer you their expertise to help maximize profits and grow your business. Regan added "We will be demonstrating our managed service sportsbook and casino offerings across internet, mobile and tablets so please feel free to come and chat to us." Victor Chandler, Chairman of BetVictor, added: "I am hugely excited about the opportunities that exist for BetVictor in the B2B gaming environment, having developed what I consider to be best of breed solutions across the key product and channel verticals. We have long been recognized as a trusted and pioneering name in the gambling industry and we look forward to meeting prospective partners at ICE to discuss plans and solutions further." About BetVictor: Established in 1946 as Victor Chandler, BetVictor has over half a million customers in 160 different countries; often described as a visionary Chairman Victor Chandler, who had from an early stage recognized the growth in international markets, relocated to Gibraltar in 1999 where he was able to offer sports betting free from the 9% UK tax. In 2006 the Racing Post wrote Chandler is "arguably the most famous bookmaker in the world" and the company continues to thrive with a reputation for being pioneers in the gaming industry with a desire and willingness to meet and satisfy the changing needs and expectations of its expanding customer base.