PropSwap Inc., America’s first secondary marketplace to buy and sell sports bets, has announced a new partnership agreement with the sports betting platform provider SB22.

The agreement will allow SB22 operator partners to offer their customers a seamless integration with the PropSwap marketplace, and enable them to sell their digital sports bets.

“This is an exciting day for sports bettors. As the landscape shifts towards a more mobile-focused environment, we are pleased to be able to offer our customers the ability to easily sell their digital bets,” Ian Epstein, co-founder of PropSwap, said.

Founded in 2015, PropSwap is the market leader in the secondary sports betting marketplace space. For the last seven years, PropSwap has allowed customers to sell their sportsbook tickets originating from brick & mortar retail locations, and will continue to offer this service as well.

“PropSwap is the leader in offering a seamless peer-to-peer secondary marketplace experience. We are excited to work with the PropSwap team and integrate their solution to offer it to our clients,” Vik Shrestha, Chief Commercial Officer of SB22, said.

SB22 are the creators of the first fully immersive betting and transactional platform built by industry veterans experienced in sports betting, iGaming, fintech, and virtual reality technology.

“We are thrilled to be working with Vik and his team, who bring a wealth of knowledge and experience in the sports betting and iGaming industry,” Epstein said.

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