Binary options software company TRADOLOGIC has made further inroads into the gaming sector with its recent announcement that it will deliver Irish sports betting company Boylesports the necessary technology to add binary betting to the services they offers.
Boylesports is Ireland’s largest independent bookmaker and online betting company which offers a state of the art online sports betting, poker, casino and bingo gaming experience. The company has recently decided to add financial binary betting to their offering via widget integration. To do this Boylesports turned to TRADOLOGIC because of the innovative and stable software TRADOLOGIC can offer them.
Boylesports will use TRADOLOGIC’s widgets integrated into its current website. Accoding to TRADOLOGIC, one of the many advantages of these widgets is the simple integration process.
TRADOLOGIC’s founder and CEO Ilan Tzorya comments on this new partnership: “It is a pleasure for us to partner with a company that is at the forefront of the gaming industry. TRADOLOGIC’s technology will enable Boylesports to diversify their offering and expand to new markets. We believe in the success of this partnership that will further strengthen TRADOLOGIC’s position as a leading software provider.”
Boylesports’ CEO John Boyle says “We are pleased to complete our agreement with TRADOLOGIC. With the stable, innovative technology they offer us, we will be able to provide our players with products that absolutely meet their needs and deliver a unique gaming experience. Having this reliable technology will increase our customers’ satisfaction and loyalty”.
Binary options platform companies reached a crossroads recently, in which some firms continued to concentrate solely on electronic trading and financial services, considering binary options to be a financial asset class which FX firms could add to their product range, whereas others combined their binary options offering with online gaming, exemplified by TRADOLOGIC’s recent introduction of its TRADO-BAR and TRADINATOR land-based financial gaming terminals, as well as SpotOption’s SpotMachine.