Playmaker Capital buys out Two-Up

Playmaker Capital buys out Two-Up

Playmaker Capital buys out Two-Up

Canadian sports-media company. focused on building highly engaged communities of sports fans – Playmaker Capital, has bought out solutions provider – Two-Up.

The acquisition will see Playmaker add a group of experts, consisting of 24 people, to its Krakow and London-based headquarters, as well as a team of engineers specialized in legalized gambling product development.

Two-Up is presently an official betting software supplier for a suite of leading companies such as William Hill, BetGenius, and more.

Robbie Morris – Chief Executive Officer at Two-Up, commented on the news:

“Playmaker seems like the perfect match for Two-Up. Our products complement each other well, and we have collective goals and visions in the regulated markets.

We are thrilled to team up with Playmaker, as we both mutually benefit, strengthening our capabilities and delivering a high-class service.”

Via this integration, Playmaker will be adding a number of Two-Up’s solutions to its technological arsenal, such as app building services, advertisement tools, other data related widgets, and more.

Playmaker’s Chief Executive – Jordan Gnat, also contributed to the comments:

“We are happy for Two-Up to join our team here at Playmaker, integrating their suite of technological solutions with ours.

We see this addition as yet another step in making our portfolio attractive for our shareholders, and we’re happy to be walking towards our strategy of affirming an ecosystem of exceptional assets for all sports fans internationally.”

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