New software in the Pipeline for Bet365?
Bet365 has recently begun a search for a software research and development specialist. Could this mean the end of a relationship between the UK betting giant and gambling software provider Playtech?
The job posting, which is listed on the Bet365 website, suggests that Bet365 is interested in finding a team IT pros that are experienced in increasing the speed of their already existing betting platform to take advantage of their always improving infrastructure. From the sounds of things, they are looking to improve upon that which is already in place and the changes or improvements will be exclusively found on their state of the art betting platform. Bet365 is currently the seventh largest privately held company in the UK and indirectly owns Stoke City of the Barclay’s Premier League.
This would additionally suggest that there would be no forthcoming changes for players who enjoy other games on the Bet365 platform. While Bet365 is best known around the world for their betting, the company is actually quite diverse in their offerings. Those who follow our posts regularly on this site already know Bet365 for their bingo platform. Other casino games like poker, blackjack online, craps, and roulette can be played at Bet365 as well. All of these games are provided by the Virtue Fusion software platform that was built for Bet365.
Bet365 additionally has a single wallet so that no matter whether you want to play UK bingo, UK blackjack, or bet on a UK football match – you can do so through one covenant player account. Many other sites offer similar opportunities for their players, but some of them require separate accounts or wallets.
Unlike William Hill, the anticipated changes surrounding Bet365’s software appear not to disrupt their working relationship with PlayTech and Virtue Fusion. Bet365 appear to be quite happy over their relationship with Playtech and it seems that they only seek to improve their betting platform to enhance customer experience and they are quite content leaving the rest in the trusted hands of Playtech and as a result, those who play blackjack or bingo at Bet365 will not be directly impacted either way by the additions to the Bet365 team.