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GiG signs a deal with the UK’s land-based operator
Recently, GiG started a partnership with an anonymous partner, which is considered to be “tier-one retail casino operator”.
During the early stages, GiG will offer certain features to the ‘land-based operator. For example, tech platform, services control, gaming content, front-end development, customer relationship management, compliance and marketing.
They will sign the 3 year agreement later this month or in June. It is anticipated to extend outside of online gaming.
According to the deal at the end of this year, the operator will be live using GiG’s products and it is likely to have good income.
The supplier stated:
“With GiG’s controlled service solution, the complication of digitally changed business is very much limited, yet it minimizes the operator’s entry price.”
Managing director of GiG, Richard Brown shared his excitement:
“I am very pleased to cooperate with a famous land-based operator who has the same ideas about corporate social responsibility and implementing digital change. Great Britain has a future, especially with ‘brand equity’ being used and retail presence of a business partner with our multi-channel solutions.”
Later he added that they cannot wait to work with them and to get the most of it by great digital change and expect that it will be a valuable customer for GiG. By these kinds of deals they can help operators to digitize their product and show it across Great Britain.
Recently, GiG reported that they purchased Sportnco for 51.3 million euros. The contract was funded by SkyCity, thus they considered CEO Michael Ahearne for GiG’s board of directors.