Kambi signs Sportsbook deal with Global Gaming 555

Kambi has signed a multi-year deal with Global Gaming 555 to provide its Sportsbook and services to the gaming operator.

Listed on the Nasdaq Stockholm First North, Global Gaming operates a number of online gaming brands, including Ninja Casino.

Ninja Casino was the first gaming brand to offer PayNPlay, a payments system which automatically completes the player account registration process at the point of first cash deposit.

This approach has seen Global Gaming record growth rates and, as it prepares to offer sports betting, has selected Kambi in part due to its track record of achieving above market revenue growth.

The Kambi Sportsbook, including its open-APIs and sophisticated risk management processes, will be integrated into Global Gaming’s proprietary platform, with an initial launch scheduled for Q4 2018.

Kristian Nylén, Kambi Chief Executive Officer, said: “I’m delighted to welcome Global Gaming to the Kambi network with the agreement further evidence of Kambi being the number one choice for visionary operators in regulated markets.

“Global Gaming is Kambi’s seventh new customer signing this year, spanning four continents, which illustrates the strength of our scalable technology and operational capacity to launch customers into regulated markets wherever and whenever they need.”

Christopher Naudi, Head of Sportsbook at Global Gaming, said: “Following an extensive selection process, we are delighted to be able to partner up with Kambi as our Sportsbook provider and look forward to being able to offer high levels of product, service and user experience that our customers have grown to expect through the Ninja Casino brand.”

Mark Wadsworth, Chief Operating Officer at Global Gaming, added: “We offer players easy and secure access to a responsible, entertaining and high-quality online gaming experience and with our in-house expertise and Kambi's platform, we are ready to take Global Gaming to new heights.”

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