Gaming Innovation Group (GiG) has secured market access to the Angolan betting and gaming sector, delivering its solutions to Full Games SA in the country.
A newly regulated market, GiG’s entry into Angola also marks its first expansion into an African nation, which the firm believes will provide a foothold for further growth on the continent as the regional betting sector continues to mature.
Specifics of the deal will see the Delaware-based igaming firm supply its full sportsbook and player account management (PAM) solutions to Full Games, in a development which marks its first leveraging of GiG and Sportnco Gaming’s combined offering since its acquisition of the latter.
“I am exceptionally happy to have partnered with Full Games SA,” remarked Hervé Schlosser, Managing Director of Sportnco Gaming Group.
“The opportunity to implement our sportsbook and PAM in Angola, a fresh and dynamic market, where we see tremendous potential, is a true testament to the Sportnco reputation and the strength of the partnership and offering we now have in combining Sportnco and GiG’s technology, people and service offering.
“I am extremely proud that we are one of the early movers and one of the first to secure a partnership there. We are looking forward to working with and building a long-term relationship with Full Game SA.”
Additionally, GiG will also provide its end-to-end suite of turkey managed services to Full Games, with the goal of enabling ‘quick and efficient access’ to Angola’s online gaming market.
A joint-venture of Grupo Chamavo, a financial participation and business management firm with an established presence in Angola, and prominent Spanish retailer Grupo Valisa, Full Games aims to become ‘one of the leading’ players in the country.
Francisco Simão Júnior, Chairman of Full Games SA, said “We are really excited to launch our betting and gaming offer soon in Angola. We think that Sportnco and GIG are the perfect fit to leverage our gaming licence and offer a very attractive gaming solution to all punters from Angola.”