GiG, the gaming industry’s leading technology provider, announced on Thursday that it has an agreement with an unnamed German operator iGaming to provide server technology for the operator’s online casino.
Four-year revenue-sharing partnership
GiG did not specify the name of the German operator iGaming, providing only a few details about its new partner. It is a private company run by a management team with considerable experience and a successful track record in several casinos. The operator is part of a group of companies that have obtained their first local licence in Schleswig-Holstein.
Chief executive of the GiG – Richard Brown
The unnamed German operator iGaming is the second online casino partner for GiG, which the gaming technology provider only entered into an agreement with in February.
GiG had previously teamed up with PlayStar for its online casino in New Jersey to become the brand’s official server technology provider. In addition to the operator’s debut in the Garden State, the parties agreed to extend the agreement to other states at a later date.
In addition to providing technology to online gambling brands, Concord’s recent efforts have focused on expanding Concord execute’s client portfolio, closing deals with Avento Group, Rootz and LeoVegas in December and with bet365 in early February.