31.012018Aspire Global partners with SBTech.
Aspire Global, a leading casino operator and white label solutions provider, is all set to expand its portfolio by forming a strategic partnership with SBTech, a major sportsbook solutions provider. This move will drastically increase the player base of Aspire Global’s casinos, as it will be the first time the brand experiments with sports booking. SBTech has reached a zenith popularity after it won the prestigious 2017 SBC Awards for the Sportsbook Supplier of the Year. Aspire Global is a 10-year-old brand that has delivered some of the best online casinos of the iGaming community. It not only produces its own casinos but also provides casino management to a number of investors in the iGaming industry. The company is based in Malta and operates in 12 countries.
The above-mentioned partnership will initially be limited to the Karamba brand, which is slated to be the biggest release from Aspire Global. It is the flagship brand of the company and is one of the most anticipated casinos for the year 2018. The Karamba online casino will provide a holistic casino experience, spanning over a number of areas like online slots, table games, live casino and sports booking. The slot games of the casino will likely to be supplied from the Aspire Gaming Platform, which aggregates most top brands of the industry.
Tsachi Maimon, the CEO of Aspire Global feels optimistic about the deal and has explored the possibility of “vertical upgradation of its portfolio” in the coming months. He further added that “the partnership will be a successful venture for both the involved parties.”
The CEO of SBTech, Richard Carter, was also happy about the proceedings of the deal and considers Aspire Global as a major market ally. He said, “We are anticipating significant growth in revenue from our European markets, through Aspire Global’s platforms.”
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