Aspire Global announces collaboration with Luckster.com

Aspire Global announces collaboration with Luckster.com

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Aspire Global has revealed its brand new partnership with Luckster.com, as the operator states that the provider is a perfect match. This deal comes right before Luckster’s global launch, and it covers all of Aspire Global’s offering, including sports, casino games and platform.

Luckster.com owner and manager, Mike Batenburg, stated:

“When we were searching for a platform for Luckster.com, we knew that we wanted to partner with a company that is widely respected in the industry and which could lead us into the many new regulated markets around the world. Aspire Global ticked all the boxes and offers us peace of mind as a public company that we can trust.”

Aspire Global will be powering the entry of Luckster, which currently provides verticals across casino and sports into LatAm and Europe’s regulated markets. There will be more expansions into new markets for the provider, which will be simplified thanks to Aspire Global’s standing in 26 markets across Africa, America and Europe.

Aspire Global CEO, Tsachi Maimon, also said in a comment:

“This partnership is clear proof that Aspire Global has established itself as a powerhouse for igaming operators. Our broad geographic footprint in four continents and outstanding offering make us the first choice among igaming suppliers. We look forward to leveraging the power of our offering in order to build a strong partnership and maximise Luckster.com’s opportunities.”

Towards the start of the year, Aspire Global reiterated its ambitions for the year, where it praised its efforts in becoming “a powerhouse for iGaming operators”.

The company also praised the progress it made during the fourth quarter of 2020 in Europe, as the US kept on growing and flourishing as an area of “important growth potential”. This growth in Europe was recorded through Pariplay, and it also grew in LatAm through BtoBet (which is its B2B sprotsbook supplier).

All of this came after reports revealed its 2020 Q4 revenue worth €44.4 million, a sharp boost of 37.6% year-on-year (up from €32.2 million in 2019). EBITDA also went up by 89.9%, up from €4.4 million in 2019 to €8.9 million in 2020.

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