Following the opening of the company’s African offices based in Rwanda, Crucial Compliance set a precedent to prioritise responsible gambling on the continent through an advocacy workshop in Lagos, Nigeria.

“This collaboration will benefit us massively as we continue to expand,” insisted Simon Gregory, General Manager at SunBet, after aligning with Sportingtech to utilise the group’s Quantum platform. 

This will see the former, which is owned by the casino and resort giant Sun International, enable the betting and gaming platform provider to extend its global reach into African jurisdictions.

“Established markets in Africa have significant potential and moving into them alongside SunBet is sure to demonstrate the strength and diversity of Quantum on yet another international stage,” stated Mark Schmidt, Director of Sales, Africa at Sportingtech. 

“The backing of such a high-profile operator is testament to the strength of our offering, and we look forward to bringing a superior experience to bettors in these markets.”

This partnership will see the operator gain Sportingtech’s Quantum platform, which includes access to more than 65 sports, 9,000 games and over 1,000 betting markets.

Furthermore, SunBet has also lauded the provider’s “expertise in offering omni-channel experiences,” with the group to also gain access to a suite of content management tools to create a custom front end that is completely optimised to the demands of local players.

Simon Gregory, General Manager at SunBet, added: “This collaboration will benefit us massively as we continue to expand.

“Bringing both in-depth expertise and high-quality product offering, Sportingtech is the ideal partner for us in this venture, and look forward to growing these African markets together.”