Gaming technology company Nektan is to aggregate its casino content to FSB’s operator network via E-Lite, Nektan’s content distribution platform.
The deal will will support African currencies and all mobile operating systems across the continent as FSB’s African operator partners gain access to content from E-Lite.
Jane Ryan, chief operating officer of B2B at Nektan, said: “We’re thrilled to be delivering our B2B platform to FSB and its state-of-the-art sportsbook platform. This partnership will enable us to further expand our international reach with a growing portfolio, that is packed full of premium content from the industry’s best-of-breed game studios.
“Our continued focus on enhancing the breadth of content we can deliver sets us apart from our competition and puts us in a very strong position. We look forward to announcing more commercial contracts throughout the coming months.”
Richard Thorp, business development director at FSB, said: “We’re delighted to be integrating Nektan’s E-Lite platform, in what is a very exciting deal for us.
“Our award-winning sports betting platform is highly-regarded and renowned as being flexible, scalable and efficient. This deal will no-doubt help our operator partners in regions including Africa and Europe to instantly enhance their casino offering.”
FSB global partners, operating across territories including Africa and Europe, now have access to more than 830 HTML5 slots and table games from leading providers, available across all desktop and mobile devices.
The news builds on a good period for Nektan, which last week reported that it is on course to achieve break-even in 2019, underpinned by the company’s latest results.