Newgioco Signs Exclusive Web Affiliate Partner DT9 to Drive Online Client Activation

Newgioco Group, Inc. (“Newgioco” or the “Company”) (Nasdaq: NWGI), a global sports betting and interactive gaming technology company providing fully integrated, omni-channel sports betting software solutions, is pleased to announce an exclusive web affiliate engagement through our wholly owned subsidiary Multigioco Srl with Malta based DT9 Media Affiliations Group (“DT9”) to help drive online client account activations.

The Company expects the engagement will each month attract new active clients and result in an increase in Gross Gaming Revenue (“GGR”) and customer conversions to the i-gaming portfolio of online slots and casino games through its network.

“DT9’s online gaming services and innovative Artificial Intelligence tools are expected to achieve considerable expansion of our online gaming customer base through our nationwide network in Italy,” stated Alessandro Marcelli, Newgioco’s VP of Operations. “DT9 represents a highly qualified, reliable, and professional partner, with whom we believe we could establish a profitable and lasting relationship, focused on growth and strengthening of our joint activities.”

“We are proud to have signed this important supply agreement with such a recognized and prestigious brand as Newgioco,” commented Danilo Di Tota, CEO of DT9 Media Affiliations Group. “We are convinced of the potential that their network is able to offer players and one that our team would know how to enhance and make visible within the regulated Italian i-gaming space."


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