Jamaica – Just Bet, the online and offline sportsbook owned and operated by Supreme Ventures Ltd, has implemented a new sports betting platform from Altenar.
Supreme Ventures Ltd, which is located in Kingston, is listed on the Jamaica Stock Exchange and operates a number of gambling establishments throughout the region, including Caymanas Park.
Caymanas Park is the only horse racing track in Jamaica, situated in St Catherine, which provides daily racecards for punters to wager on.
Altenar is a fully managed sports betting platform that sportsbook organisations can integrate to provide 24 hour ‘premium quality data feeds’ to sports betting customers looking to place a wager on a variety of sports.
Xesus Johnston, Senior Vice President at Supreme Ventures Group, spoke highly about the expansion of sports betting options through the Altenar platform:
“Just Bet customers now have access to new betting options for virtual betting and the addition of football, basketball and tennis on our mobile site”.
Johnston expanded on the benefits to customers of striking the new deal:
“No other gaming provider in the region offers this online. Meanwhile, we have added more sports to our pre-match and live betting selection. This includes NCAA basketball, volleyball, ice hockey, esports – all offered with more favourable odds for the customer.”
Further he added comment about the flexibility and streamlined service:
“With our focus on making it easier to place bets, we have also eliminated bet slips in stores so customers can easily book a bet on your mobile device and pay in store”.
Just Bet, who originally provided its betting services through Greek sports betting provider Intralot, has switched to Altenar following the expiration of a 10 year deal.
Commercial Director of Altenar since 2017 Domenico Mazzola said:
“We are delighted to play our part in the growth of sports betting across the island. Our platform guarantees more virtual games and faster processing times for online bets, as well as better odds and a deeper selection of leagues. This should set up SVL for great success in the years to come.”