Betr continues with plans to upgrade the sportsbook in 2023. The operator announced Thursday that it had signed a new partnership to integrate its technology and work as a media with WagerWire.
WagerWire, although not yet live, will be a place where bettors can buy and sell bets that someone else previously made.
The Betr platform will be able to integrate the WagerWire technology, which is currently pending approval. This will allow customers to place their own wagers and buy secondary market bets within one app.
BetSaracen offers an integration similar to Arkansas. The partnership between BetSwap and its online betting app allows for users to trade tickets in the secondary market.
WagerWire’s Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Zach Doctor said: “Secondary markets have been common for items like concert tickets, trading card, and even fashion but they were not available at a large scale until now.” We are very proud of what Joey Levy and Jake Paul, as well as the entire Betr team have achieved both in terms of a gaming company and a media company.
Both WagerWire Betr and Betr have seen significant growth in terms of content and community. The two groups will produce an original video series together later this year as part of their deal.
We are thrilled to be partnering with WagerWire, who share our view that product innovation can enhance the user experience in sports betting,” said Joey Levy Founder and CEO at Betr. We are excited to integrate their technology into the new V1 Sportsbook Platform, built on the Chameleon platform that was recently acquired. This platform is on track to be live by next year.