GrooveGaming has unveiled the grand opening of the group’s new global headquarters, which it says comes as part of a capacity-building exercise to “drive continuing rapid growth”.
The aggregator and platform provider, which also boasts operations in Georgia, Ukraine and Malta, employing over 100 people, has rolled-out it’s new space in the Bet Aviel Tower in Ashkelon, Israel.
The firm states that the expansion is designed to support a growing team and allow for more comprehensive support in regulated markets, as GrooveGaming aims to build a global presence to better serve partners and provide a heightened standard of facilities for its team.
Yahale Meltzer, COO at GrooveGaming, commented on the group’s new HQ: “The tech talent in Israel is incredible and this new office provides current and new team members with access to world-class facilities, enabling them to better serve our operator cluster and liaise with our content partners.
“Our plan is to continue to grow and get closer to our operators with superior service and place our technology in the hands of many more igaming companies.
“Working in an office like this is inspiring for the whole team, and we look forward to significantly growing our business here over the next couple of years.”
Groove’s aggregation platform provides a portfolio comprising thousands of games, in addition to backend tools for casino operators, including EveryMatrix, iGP, Digitain, Microgaming, ProgressPlay, Quickfire, BetConstruct Evoplay, and Alea, amongst others.
The platform includes thousands of casino games, as well as aggregated content ranging from slots, online casino and live casino, to poker and table games.
Earlier this month, GrooveGaming unveiled what the group lauded as a “milestone contract extension” with Alea, which saw the group set a goal of taking “casino content to a new level”.
This followed a number of other recent commercial tie-ups secured by the company in recent times, including alongside Skillzzgaming, Metronia, and Incentive Games.