Altenar’s product will be going online in New Zealand with SpinBet taking a particular focus on Altenar’s innovative horse racing offering.
Dubbed New Zealand’s biggest betting platform, SpinBet also offers a standalone online casino, SpinBit, with a variety of classic table games and live games on offer to players across the jurisdiction.
With the deal now live, SpinBet is bolstering its sports offering via Altenar’s comprehensive selection of pre-match and live odds, with horse racing taking precedence over other global sports such as basketball, soccer, and volleyball.
Once Altenar has established a footprint across the region, the partnership is set to branch out into North America, Latin America, and India in the near future.Commenting on the deal, Charlie Williams, commercial director at Altenar, said: “We are thrilled to enter the New Zealand market for the first time through this partnership with SpinBet, one of the region’s most established operators.
“New Zealand is a new and exciting market for us, so we are eager to boost Altenar’s outreach in this territory, before looking to extend the SpinBet partnership further in the coming months.”
Niall Thomas, co-founder at SpinBet, added: “To collaborate with Altenar, an award-winning sportsbook with a revered reputation globally, is a massive boost for us as we look to extend our offering outside of New Zealand.
“This partnership showcases SpinBet’s determination to prove itself as a leading online operator within New Zealand and with Altenar’s world-leading product, we believe we can make a name for ourselves across Asia and the Americas in the next few years.”
Altenar has received sustained recognition over the years with multiple award wins in the past year, including the MiGEAs, EGR Nordics, EGR Italy, SBC Latin America and the Baltic and Scandinavian Gaming Awards.
Licensed across a total of 13 major global markets, including certifications from the UKGC and MGA, Altenar has established itself as the sportsbook provider of choice for multiple leading operators.