David McDowell, CEO of betting software provider FSB Tech, unlike many, had a great 2016: “It was very much our breakthrough year and it has paved the way for an even stronger 2017.” FSB Tech started 2016 running 4 sportsbooks and now that’s up to 14 sportsbooks with 6 more being rolled out. In 2016, the company also unveiled their move to a private cloud hosting infrastructure and released a full suite of casino and live dealer games in partnership with Realistic Games, Microgaming and Evolution.
Platform provider FSB Technology (UK) Ltd has signed an agreement to supply Squawka with a new fully-optimised sports betting service.
Platform provider FSB Technology (UK) Ltd has agreed a deal to supply Bruce Betting with a new online sports betting platform. The London-based company has designed a bespoke web and mobile service for the popular independent retailer who has shops throughout the Republic of Ireland.
Horse racing-focused sportsbook harnesses unique hybrid trading solution
Managed sports betting service provider partners with Rackspace to give clients scalability and regulatory peace of mind.
Sportdec launches their new app using FSB’s API to access the turnkey sports betting services while maintaining full control of the user experience.
FSB looks outside of the gaming industry and picks up a new Operations Director from the mobile telecoms industry.
After signing a dozen new licensees up to its managed sports betting services, FSB hires a new head of account management from the financial services sector.
FSB adds some of the industry’s best performing content from Realistic Games to its casino offering.
FSB continues to grow its technology team with a former Openbet employee appointed as Senior Project Manager.