Gaming software supplier BetConstruct has announced that its Spring gaming platform will be released as open source next year, as it looks to create a community-based platform for games developers.

BetConstruct said that its platform provides a single gaming management environment that supports multiple products.

It carries out a range of management functions covering player management, accounts, payment systems, back office users, permissions, currencies, languages, main reports and business performance.

It has previously targeted independent developers with the launch of Game Store, a service that allows small studios to integrate skill and casino games onto the Spring platform.

“BetConstruct always stands for creative collaboration in the gaming industry,” said BetConstruct CEO Vahe Baloulian. “We believe that it fosters innovation, expands the reach of gaming and challenges our understanding of what’s possible.

“By releasing Spring as open source, for the first time in the gaming industry we will create community platform for gaming developers and allow them to implement their own ideas and experiences.”

BetConstruct’s chief technology officer David Gasparian added: “We are also making Spring Platform’s Swarm API public on a dedicated API gateway, designed for developers worldwide.

“By using these open platforms, one can easily develop their own software-as-a-service application and connect to our infrastructure.”