Rebranded iGaming casino platform provider and aggregator Groove will be at the inaugural SBC Summit Tbilisi, a conference and exhibition with a focus on Georgia and the wider region.
Groove is a major investor in Georgia, having been present for a number of years with a full-scale team operating from the capital Tbilisi, as part of the company’s expanding international infrastructure.
At SBC Summit Tbilisi, Groove will be showcasing their new data-driven B2B Recommender, which helps operators sift through content and match it most effectively to markets.
Held in collaboration with the Georgia-based iGaming and sports management organization, SMH, the SBC Summit Tbilisi event aims to explore the abundant opportunities within Georgia and the Black Sea Region, Central Asia, and the Balkans; by gathering major stakeholders and decision-makers on October 23 and 24.
Countries such as Georgia, Ukraine, Romania, Armenia, Kyrgyzstan, and Uzbekistan are currently experiencing notable regulatory changes, offering valuable opportunities for those seeking to engage in early discussions about the untapped potential in Georgia and the surrounding regions.
With its recent rebranding, Groove has a fresh new appearance seen in both the Amsterdam and Barcelona shows that underscores the company’s credentials as a worldwide content and sports-betting supplier.
Groove’s new website, www.groovetech.com, has been built as part of the refresh process, and the burgeoning game portfolio available with a single-API integration currently comprises over 15,000 games, with more than 100 new games being added each month from a roster of more than 100 top content partners.
Levan Lursmanshvili, Georgia-based Brands Optimisation Manager, on behalf of Groove’s Georgia team, said: “As a global content provider, Groove collaborates with tier-1 operators and beyond to deliver high performance and sustainable revenue around slots, online casino and live casino, poker and table games, as well as crash games. We’re delighted to be able to introduce our whole Georgian team during this inaugural show.”
Yahale Meltzer, COO and co-founder at Groove, said: “We’ve been doing business and forming part of the Georgian economy for several years, so SBC Summit Tbilisi gives us the opportunity to communicate through an established global platform what we are capable of in this region. Our Georgian team will be happy to run delegates and attendees through how Groove’s established operator cluster immediately opens doors to new opportunities and brings a wider audience.”
Offering an extensive game library of thousands of slots, table games and video pokers, Groove is headquartered in Israel. Groove was founded in 2016 by a group of professionals who all had the dream of creating an exclusive service so entrepreneurs could meet the growing gaming needs of the world. Expert managers control financial transactions with accuracy and foresight, and Groove’s top-notch customer service rivals, and in most cases beats, most multinational companies operating today. With integrated multiple streams from today’s top providers Groove powers market access with industry heavyweights and was named one of the 10 Most Innovative Technology Companies by Industry ERA
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