Maltese online gaming solutions firm Aspire Global Limited has announced the inking of an alliance that is to see its full turnkey platform utilized by operator BoyleSports for this firm’s own launch into the newly-regulated iGaming market of the Netherlands.

Headquartered in the Valletta suburb of Sliema, the developer used an official press release to describe BoyleSports as ‘a tier-one operator’ also responsible for over 350 retail sportsbooks spread across the length and breath of Ireland and the United Kingdom. The innovator stated that the operator is now planning to premiere a remote service for the Netherlands using its own proprietary iGaming platform, online casino games portfolio and sportsbetting advances.

Plenary provision:

Aspire Global Limited recently saw its Pariplay enterprise awarded with a provisional iGaming supplier license for the American state of Michigan and revealed that BoyleSports will also be exploiting its own localized managed services offering featuring the Aspire Engage customer retention management system. The innovator moreover declared that all of this is to be backed up by Dutch-speaking customer support and fully-managed localized promotions in addition to ‘integrated solutions with all main payment providers’.

Authorization agenda:

Tsachi Maimon (pictured) serves as the Chief Executive Officer for Aspire Global Limited and he used the press release to assert that BoyleSports is already licensed by online gaming regulators in Gibraltar, Ireland and the United Kingdom and shortly plans to file paperwork so as to be able to operate in the iGaming market of the Netherlands ‘through its own license’.

Read a statement from Maimon…

“The partnership with BoyleSports is a significant confirmation of the strengths of our complete iGaming offering. We are very excited about this opportunity to support BoyleSports, which is one of the industry’s most established brands, as it plans to enter the newly-regulated Dutch market.”

Controlled concentration:

For his part and Mark Kemp, Chief Executive Officer for Dundalk-headquartered BoyleSports, used the press release to note that Aspire Gaming Limited is to now furthermore supply his company with ‘all of the relevant tools for the compliant onboarding of Dutch players’ so as to enable its coming iGaming service for the Netherlands ‘to focus on the player experience and branding.

Kemp’s statement read…

“While planning for our entry into the regulated Dutch market, we were in search of a partner who could provide us with a future-proof and high-quality turnkey solution. We have in Aspire Global Limited found the perfect partner who will support us with leading technology, exciting games and all the localized player support we need.”