Spiffbet and Pariplay have entered into a cooperation agreement that covers the distribution of Spiffbet’s games through Pariplay
Spiffbet has signed a cooperation agreement with Pariplay Ltd (‘Pariplay’) for the distribution of games from the Spiffbet Casino gaming portfolio. The cooperation agreement entail that in addition to using Pariplay’s distribution capabilities, Spiffbet will collaborate with Pariplay on technology, certification and market adaptation of games.
Pariplay, owned by Aspire Global, is a leading B2B player in iGaming. The company operates one of the world’s largest gaming platforms from which more than 100 operators are provided with games from leading developers. Pariplay has a wide geographic distribution network that reaches more than 15 regulated markets, among others the company has licenses in United States (New Jersey and Connecticut), Germany, Spain and the United Kingdom.
‘We at Pariplay welcome Spiffbet to our platform. I am convinced that Spiffbet’s games will be able to grow as an integral part of our offering and develop further towards becoming a top-tier game developer through a collaboration that goes beyond a traditional sales agreement. It’s particularly positive that Spiffbet is already partnering with Aspire in the casino business and can develop its partnership with Aspire Global in more ways through.’, says Pariplay’s CCO Christine Lewis.
‘This is a great opportunity for Spiffbet to expand the cooperation we already have with the Aspire Group and increase our distribution capacity for Spiffbet Casino. Pariplay’s strong postion in Europe and increased focus on regulated markets in the US give Spiffbet Casino access to interesting markets that we have not been able to reach in the past. In addition, we get the opportunity to offer our own games at Goliath Casino and Bellis Casino. The agreement is a clear example of how the games development can be supported by our casino business. I look forward to starting the integration of our games into Pariplay’s platform.’, comments Spiffbet’s CEO Henrik Svensson.