Maltese online gaming solutions pioneer Aspire Global Limited has announced that its Pariplay enterprise has been awarded with a provisional iGaming supplier license for the American state of Michigan.
Headquartered in the Valletta suburb of Sliema, the developer used an official press release to declare that its move into the iGaming market of ‘The Wolverine State’ forms ‘another major step in its United States expansion’ some twelve months after the jurisdiction of almost 10.1 million people officially legalized a range of online casino entertainment.
Aspire Global Limited revealed that its Pariplay concern has been live in the burgeoning iGaming market of New Jersey since February and was awarded with a similar license for the southern state of West Virginia approximately seven months later. The innovator also stated that it will now be able to promote its services to operators in all three of these jurisdictions via ‘a distribution deal’ it holds with the BetMGM retail and online sportsbetting brand run by American casino giant MGM Resorts International in partnership with British ally Entain.
Tsachi Maimon serves as the Chief Executive Officer for Aspire Global Limited and he used the press release to describe the Fusion innovation from his firm’s Pariplay concern as ‘the most flexible aggregation platform on the market’ that offers iGaming operating partners the ability to integrate ‘leading titles and localized content from over 70 vendors’ in addition to a wide range of ‘high-performing engagement tools.’
Read a statement from Maimon…
“The Michigan license follows our strategic plan to expand in the quickly growing United States market and to be in the forefront of the development. We are building a solid foundation for further growth with the goal to become the world’s leading iGaming supplier.”
Established in 2005, Aspire Global Limited offers online casino and sportsbetting operators a variety of solutions running from management, risk and payment facilities to customer support and acquisition optimization services. The company explained that it is currently active in 30 regulated markets spread across the Americas, Europe and Africa and including jurisdictions such as the United States, Colombia and the United Kingdom.
The move into Michigan by Aspire Global Limited will no doubt come as good news to Israeli iGaming technologies firm NeoGames SA, which earlier this week lodged a formal $477.2 million takeover offer that was later unanimously accepted by the target’s leadership. This proposed merger could now be completed by the end of May to create a single entity holding a prominent position in the provision of interactive content and proprietary technologies to a plethora of online casino, iLottery and sportsbetting operators.