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What is SpringBuilder

The Ultimate Gaming and Betting Website Builder

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Written by Karen Sahakyan
Updated over a week ago

Welcome to SpringBuilder, a gaming and betting builder, that provides entrepreneurs with web design, and top-notch gaming and betting tools. The SpringBuilder platform will help you easily create the ultimate site! Get your players fully engaged in the live casino, endless games, and so much more!

SpringBuilder will help you turn your gaming site from a dream to reality.

You won't need technical or design skills when crafting your website design. We offer a variety of templates for you to choose from, and many gaming website demos as well. Just select the one that best suits your needs!

To begin building your website with SpringBuilder, first create an account with BetConstruct. Once your account is verified, click on the Get Started button, which will lead you to SpringBME.

You must be signed in already in order to go directly to the Get Started and Create Project sections of the platform

Once you've filled in your project details, and have selected SpringBuilder as your website search engine, just select a ready-made template, and begin!

After completing these easy steps, you can start designing your site and bring your vision to life. All instruments necessary to create a site can be found on the Tools Panel on the left.

The results of your creativity will appear on the Crafting Area which is divided into three core parts of the website: header, body, and footer. 

So, use your imagination to the fullest and enjoy your experience with SpringBuilder.

*Note: SpringBuilder is not being tested on Edge and Internet Explorer, we can't guarantee a 100% website performance on these browsers. We highly recommend switching to Safari, Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, etc. to avoid any technical issues.

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For any further questions or concerns you may have, please visit the SpringBuilder Help Center for more information.

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