Aspire Global announces rebranded platform
Aspire Global has revealed its latest attempt at cementing its position within the iGaming industry as it revealed its new and improved rebranded AspireCore platform. This new rebranded product is now available across 25 regulated European, African and Latin American markets. It also features a wide variety of services that aim to help operators with building their brands and operations.
AspireCore will be offering a flexible and scalable PAM solution which makes the process a lot easier when debuting in regulated iGaming markets.
Taschi Maimon, CEO of Aspire Global, stated:
The launch of AspireCore heralds a new era for Aspire Global as we ramp up our efforts to become the leading platform provider in multiple jurisdictions across the globe. This is the ultimate resource for those operators looking to scaling up their businesses in newly regulated markets. AspireCore is robust and flexible to cater for all requirements and is underpinned by quality content that will be highly appealing to players. 2021 promises to be an important year for Aspire Global. With a comprehensive offering, we are in a strong position to capitalise on new opportunities and deliver growth for our new and existing operator customers.
Moreover, the company also says that this rebranded platform is ‘proven to be highly stable’ as it has handled more than three billion transactions in just a month with a mind-blowing 99.98% uptime over the last year.
The company has stated that this product aims to provide the ‘ultimate solution’ to operators featuring localised content that spans over sports, live dealer and casino games from the company’s in-house studio and even third-party providers, which is now possible thanks to the acquisitions of Pariplay and BtoBet.
This recent launch comes after the company expanded its Latin American operations through new deals with William Hill and Betfair in Colombia.
Furthermore, the company also has plans to expand its footprint in Latin America, Europe and the US, as well as having plans to debut in the newly-regulated markets of The Netherlands and Germany.