Aspire Global has aligned with multi-vertical brand Luckster.com, with the operator asserting that the B2B igaming solutions provider “ticked all the boxes”.
The collaboration, inked ahead of Luckster’s impending international debut, covers the entire Aspire Global proprietary offering – platform, sports and casino games.
Mike Batenburg, owner and managing director at Luckster.com, said: “When we were searching for a platform for Luckster.com, we knew that we wanted to partner with a company that is widely respected in the industry and which could lead us into the many new regulated markets around the world. Aspire Global ticked all the boxes and offers us peace of mind as a public company that we can trust.”
Aspire Global will power the entry of Luckster.com, which offers verticals across sports and casino, into regulated markets in Europe and Latin America.
Further global expansion is set to follow, facilitated by Aspire Global’s presence in 26 regulated markets in Europe, America and Africa.
Tsachi Maimon, CEO at Aspire Global, noted: “This partnership is clear proof that Aspire Global has established itself as a powerhouse for igaming operators.
“Our broad geographic footprint in four continents and outstanding offering make us the first choice among igaming suppliers. We look forward to leveraging the power of our offering in order to build a strong partnership and maximise Luckster.com’s opportunities.”
Earlier in the year, Aspire reaffirmed its global ambitions through 2021, as the group lauded a diversified offering in spearheading its charge to become “a powerhouse for igaming operators”.
As the US continued to represent a region of “important growth potential,” the firm lauded Q4 progress made in Europe, through game studio and aggregator Pariplay; and LatAm via BtoBet, its B2B sportsbook provider, as key milestones as 2020 drew to a close.
This came amid reports of 2020 fourth quarter revenue of €44.4m, an increase of 37.6 per cent year-on-year from €32.2m; an EBITDA increase of 89.9 per cent to €8.9m (2019: €4.4m); and net income of €4.2m, compared to a loss of €11.6m a year earlier, in its latest account.