Checkin.com integrates software onto Aspire Global platform

By Gambling Insider

Technology company Checkin.com's onboarding software is now available through the Aspire Global B2B iGaming platform.

The software offers more than 60 brands the chance to improve onboarding and adapt to local regulations.

Through Checkin.com’s SaaS technology, users can optimise their sign-up experience; it also combines multiple UX systems, data sources and identification methods.

Andreas Thim, Deputy CEO at Checkin.com Group, said: "We have had a good flow of new customers signing during the last months, and when we now add platforms to our distribution strategy; we think we can increase our sales pace further.

"This is a long-term effort on our end and we believe adding more platforms will add a lot of value to our growth in the years ahead. Aspire Global has established themselves as one of the leading iGaming platform providers and have for long had a clear focus on innovation and technological excellence. We are thrilled about the possibility to work with all the brands on their platform."

Yoel Zuckerberg, VP Product at Aspire Global, said: "Checkin.com’s technology significantly streamlines the onboarding process for players while ensuring compliance requirements are met in full across multiple markets.

"Integrating this solution within our platform brings widespread benefits, not least for our operator partners by increasing user conversion. This partnership can only enhance our status as providers of the complete iGaming solution." 

Aspire Global currently operates in 30 regulated markets, including the US, Africa, Europe and Latin America. Its B2B iGaming platform is certified in 22 markets across the globe.

 

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