Tipwin advances ‘Germany 2021’ strategy with GiG casino and data upgrades  

Gaming Innovation Group (GiG) has continued its ‘B2B drive’ after announcing that it has secured a multi-services agreement with Tipwin Ltd to serve as the DACH region operator’s lead casino platform and data intelligence provider. 

Updating the market, GiG confirmed that it has signed a ‘minimum contract term of three years’, in which it will provide Tipwin’s new online casino offering and igaming data services through its ‘GiG Logic’ solution.

The partnership will support the launch of Tipwin’s new online casino during Q4 2020, with Tipwin also integrating all new GiG systems provisions within its proprietary-built sportsbook platform. 

Confirming the partnership, Tipwin management stated that GiG’s casino and data upgrades will form part of the group’s wider ‘roadmap 2021’ planning as it prepares for the launch of Germany’s federal online gambling marketplace.

Ivica Batinic, Chief Executive Officer of Tipwin, explained: “Integrating GiG’s leading casino technology into our next-generation proprietary sports betting platform will allow Tipwin to round up its overall iGaming product portfolio.

“Partnering with GiG in the area of casino technologies will complete our online products and help to offer an unmatched 360 degree online and retail product portfolio to our customers and partners.” 

GiG has branded its Tipwin partnership as a further testament to the technology group’s strategic transformation as it seeks to become the ‘lead global tier-1 B2B supplier’ for igaming and sportsbook services. 

In its interim statement, GiG disclosed that it would announce further tier-one technology partnerships during 2020, a year in which company performance has been buoyed by the recovery of its platform and media services. 

Richard Brown, Chief Executive Officer of GiG, added: “We are delighted to have partnered with Tipwin for the provision of our iGaming platform and casino offering.

 “We see strong potential in linking up with a brand with a large existing retail customer base and anticipate further growth in the number of casino customers in the German market post-regulation in 2021, therefore partnering with an existing retail offering will enable further capture of the expected transition of customers from land-based to online gaming.”

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