Sweden-based gaming company Global Gaming has penned a new contract alongside Helsinki, Finland, headquartered Finnplay Group.
Via the new agreement, that was agreed though Finnplay’s Maltese subsidiaries, Global Gaming is to gain access to the group’s full range of technology solutions and complete platforms for online gaming.
Martin Prantner, Finnplay CEO, commented: “We’re delighted to work with the Global Gaming team, with their excellent track record of having built one of the most successful online gaming brands in the industry and their in-depth knowledge of player requirements.
“The cooperation will enable Finnplay to improve on the platform, its features and functionalities in order to create an even better and safer player experience. We are looking forward to a long-lasting and successful relationship with Global Gaming.”
Finnplay’s products are licensed and approved for use in a number of jurisdictions, such as the United Kingdom, Sweden, Malta, Romania, Bulgaria, Hungary, Denmark, Estonia and Mexico.
Tobias Fagerlund, Global Gaming CEO, added: “Finnplay’s experience in providing online casino games and their expertise and deep understanding of the Nordic gaming markets sets them apart as an ideal business partner.
“The cooperation creates long-term opportunities for us to continue to deliver the best gaming experience to our customers in all markets we want to operate in. This is an important step for us, and we look forward to launching the partnership.”
Yesterday, SafeEnt, a wholly owned subsidiary of Global Gaming, saw a further appeal refused regarding its licence revocation in Sweden, with the firm now considering taking its case for injunctive relief to the Supreme Administrative Court.
The company, licensed for its flagship Ninja Casino brand and spellandet.com site within the country, has seen the Administrative Court’s Chamber of Appeal in Jönköping confirm that the revoking is be imposed until further notice, while a final decision on the revocation is being tested.