The two companies have a pre-existing relationship, which has led to the expansion of SpinAway into the recently legalised Canadian province.
Nicola Fitton, GiG COO, said: “We have been vocal about our commitment to growth in regulated markets, and making sure our technology is suited to the demands of helping both new and existing partners expand their operations.
“We’re delighted to be helping SpinAway launch in Ontario, and we’re considerably proud of the momentum we are building, leveraging our unique technology and excellent reputation.”
A spokesperson for SpinAway added: “We’re delighted to have delivered an important milestone in our expansion plans for SpinAway, partnering up once again with the team at GiG to deliver something unique for the Ontarian market, harvesting our confidence in the success of the brand in the region.”
Approval to do business as an interactive gaming manufacturer was granted by the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board, providing access to one of the US’ larger iGaming and sports betting markets.
Claudio Caruana, General Counsel for GiG, said of the green light: “The addition of a Pennsylvania authorisation to our ever-expanding list of supported markets is a testament to the focus that GiG has placed on regulated markets, which we strongly believe underpins sustainable and prosperous growth within the online gaming industry.”
“Pennsylvania will play a key role in our plans for expansion in North America, and we are delighted to power our partners with our award-winning technology in the region.”