Maltese sportsbetting technologies developer, Kambi Group, has announced the signing of a multi-year deal that is to see it provide its innovations to every one of the iGaming brands operated by Swedish firm Global Gaming.
Deal designed to help operator expand its reach:
Kambi Group used an official Wednesday press release to detail that the agreement will involve it integrating its sportsbook into Global Gaming’s proprietary platform during the fourth quarter. It declared that this is set to allow the Malmo-headquartered operator to take advantage of its ‘market-leading open-APIs’ as well as ‘sophisticated risk management processes’ so as to help the firm to further expand into ‘regulated markets.’
Arrangement provides ‘further evidence’ of supremacy:
Kristian Nylen, Chief Executive Officer for Kambi Group, stated that he was ‘delighted’ to have inked the deal with Global Gaming before proclaiming that the arrangement provides ‘further evidence’ that his company is ‘the number-one choice for visionary operators in regulated markets.’
Nylen’s statement read…
“Global Gaming is Kambi Group’s seventh new customer signing this year, spanning four continents, which illustrates the strength of our scalable technology and operational capacity to launch customers into regulated markets wherever and whenever they need.”
Extensive portfolio of iGaming domains:
Malta-licensed Global Gaming is responsible for numerous online casino brands including Viking Slots, Kotikasino, NettiCasino and Mr Spil while its flagship domain at NinjaCasino.com now features a portfolio of over 200 video slots from leading developers such as NetEnt AB and Play’n Go as well as a range of live-dealer table games.
For his part, Mark Wadsworth, Chief Operating Officer for Global Gaming, proclaimed that the new arrangement will combine the operator’s ‘online gaming experience’ with the sportsbetting platform from Kambi Group and take his firm ‘to new heights.’