Fast Track adds BlueRibbon’s innovative, product-agnostic jackpot solution to its portfolio of third-party Alliances
Fast Track has been building a portfolio of different integrations to enable operators to manage all aspects of their communications and rewards from within the Fast Track Platform. These diverse ‘Alliances’ include suppliers such as Enteractive, LinkMobility and Red Tiger. The addition of BlueRibbon will be an exciting opportunity for the operators working with Fast Track to add a new form of engagement to their arsenal.
Packaged in a seamless overlay, BlueRibbon supplies powerful and uniquely customizable tools, to increase user engagement and cultivate sustainable loyalty enabling operators to unleash the full potential of jackpots to deliver a superior player experience while driving growth. These tools will now be enabled on the Fast Track platform, allowing Fast Track partners to take full advantage of this integration.
Simon Lidzén, Co-founder and CEO of Fast Track (seen left) said: “Fast Track is on a mission to Digitalise the iGaming industry by helping operators automate their entire player engagement strategy. Blue Ribbon does excellent work in the gamification space and this will now allow operators access more interesting forms of engagements in their automation agenda. We are delighted to be entering this partnership with them.”
‘We are exceptionally excited to be partnering with leading platform and industry innovator Fast Track. This strategic move is testimony to the value of BlueRibbons offerings and reinforces our shared passion for revolutionary gamification tools and superior customer engagement. Our Player Engagement Platform’s out-of-the-box solutions are sure to boost play and player relations, giving Fast Track and its operators the capability to create and manage intuitive gaming experiences at the highest level.’ Dan Fischer, Co-founder, and CMO of BlueRibbon Software (seen right).
About SiGMA Europe – Malta
SiGMA Group has announced the postponement of its Europe summit, which was planned to be held in Malta on 17-19 November 2020. The show will now open its doors early next year in February, running from the 16-18th, making it the first event to headline the 2021 gaming calendar.