Danske Spil, the leading Danish betting site partially owned by the state, is about to launch a brand new HTML5 mobile application, allowing players to bet directly from their mobile device without using nem-id to log in. The solution has been created by Mkodo who is a mobile gaming solutions provider and OpenBet which is a online gaming software specialists.
The app will be launched through OpenBet's sportsbetting platform, which has been customized to Danske Spil's "Oddset" branding and is the first in many new changes coming to Danske Spil. Danske Spil has made a long-term business plan to upgrade their platforms and offerings, as they see increased competition on the Danish market after the Danish regulation started on January 1st 2012.
“The launch of this sportsbook webapp is validation of our platform’s abilities to offer Danske Spil, and all our other customers, a flexible, reliable and open platform,” Senior VP of Technology in OpenBet, Nikos Kryvossidis said and added:
“Developing and deploying the Oddset mobile webapp from scratch in just a few months shows how much can be achieved with a collaborative effort between committed and specialist partners.”
Business Development Director of Mkodo, Mark Gibson said: “The ease of integration coupled with the support and expertise provided bears testament to OpenBet’s open and flexible platform." and added:
“The performance and customer uptake has already exceeded expectations and we’re really looking forward to continuing its development and innovation.”