Beyond All Odds
Brains behind handling millions of bets a month
Modern soccer wouldn't be the same without an architect's invention
The ball most commonly seen today was first designed in the 1960s by architect Richard Buckminster Fuller, whose forte was designing buildings using minimal materials. Previously, leather soccer balls consisted of 18 sections stitched together: six panels of three strips apiece. The soccer ball Fuller designed stitched together 20 hexagons with 12 pentagons for a total of 32 panels. Its official shape is a spherical polyhedron, but the design was nicknamed the “buckyball''.
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From online products and internal power tools for traders, all the way to remote retail shops — We develop, design, innovate and improve top-notch sports betting experiences.
Building betting software includes solving challenges at the largest possible scale, at fast and furious speeds..
Keeping the ball rolling since 2011, we've come a long way.
Today, we’re part of Superbet, one of the largest sports betting operator in the region making 1000+ location networks work across multiple geographies. If you ever wanted to see how software can handle 22 million bets per month - why not join us?
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