SiGMA Group acquires iGaming Academy: a game-changing move

SiGMA Group acquires iGaming Academy: a game-changing move

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SiGMA Group acquires iGaming Academy: a game-changing move

SiGMA Group recently took a big step forward by purchasing the majority of iGaming Academy, a top supplier of compliance and vocational training to the industry.

Renowned for its extensive training programs, iGaming Academy serves over sixty thousand gaming professionals a year in more than twenty-five countries.

SiGMA views this acquisition as strategically important because it enables them to incorporate different kinds of industry education into their online network and worldwide event calendar. SiGMA Group’s founder, Eman Pulis, expressed his excitement about the acquisition, noting the two organizations’ long-standing partnership as well as the opportunity for expansion and innovation in the educational programs.

The acquisition will have a beneficial influence on iGaming Academy’s mission to serve the industry with high-quality training and educational materials, as highlighted by the chief executive officer Jaime Debono. iGaming Academy’s organizational structure won’t alter as a result of the transaction, and Jaime Debono and his group will still run the business.

Together with the acquisition, iGaming Academy is growing by opening a location in Cyprus. The purpose of this action is to improve their content creation and online services.  The company intends to enhance its revenue streams by entering into new affiliate relationships and broaden its language-based course offerings in order to adjust to the increasing demand for training around the globe.

SiGMA Group and iGaming Academy both stand to gain greatly from this acquisition. It will help them become even more powerful in the market and offer all those specialists in the market greater services. Meet in person with the iGaming Academy team at SiGMA Americas in Sao Paulo or get in touch with them online.

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