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GiG Secures Gaming Service Provider Authorisation in Pennsylvania for WSN.com

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Gaming Innovation Group (GiG) has continued its expansion into the regulated US space by securing authorisation from the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board to provide affiliate services in the Keystone State.

Pennsylvania becomes the fourth state in which GiG’s Media division is active through its US-facing websites the World Sports Network (WSN.com) and CasinoTopsOnline.com.

GiG was granted an affiliate vendor registration in New Jersey in January 2019, which was followed by a certificate of registration for sports wagering in Indiana in December 2019. WSN.com is also operational in West Virginia, where there are no licensing requirements for sports betting affiliates.

Richard Brown, CEO of GiG, comments, “The Pennsylvania authorisation comes at an opportune moment for us as our flagship website, WSN.com, continues to climb in Google rankings in the US. This will provide us with more opportunities to convert visitors into players and we’re fully prepared to enter more states as they allow legal operators to start accepting customers.”

 

About Gaming Innovation Group (GiG): 

Gaming Innovation Group Inc. is a technology company providing products and services throughout the entire value chain in the iGaming industry. Founded in 2012, Gaming Innovation Group’s vision is ‘To open up iGaming and make it fair and fun for all’. Through its ecosystem of products and services, it is connecting operators, suppliers, and users, to create the best iGaming experiences in the world. GiG operates out of Malta and is dual-listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol GIG and on Nasdaq Stockholm under the ticker symbol GIGSEK. www.gig.com

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PartnerMatrix helps clients leverage real-time data via new API development

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PartnerMatrix introduces new API development which helps casino and betting websites to have a better understanding of their affiliate marketing programs. The real-time data API feature allows Affiliate Managers to track users’ actions in real-time, without delay or inaccuracy, view instant reports and access full users’ history and flow.

PartnerMatrix’s API based solution provides transparent and instant data both for operators and affiliates, helps build trustworthy relationships, discourages possible frauds, and improves the day-to-day operations. The first client to leverage the new feature is Prisma Gaming, which is set to integrate it across its B2C brands and clients.

The API integration gives gaming operators a better understanding of the results of their campaigns. The real-time data supplies a wealth of information which helps Affiliate Managers in making well-informed decisions about their ongoing promotional activities. Operators can quickly decide if they should continue promotion, invest more in a campaign, or end it if the results aren’t rising to the expectations.

Levon Nikoghosyan, PartnerMatrix CEO, comments: “Currently, affiliate software providers offer reports via FTP integrations on both operator and affiliate side. However, it can take up to one day to receive the data results. PartnerMatrix’s API integration allows instant reporting, which can lead to more transparency, trust and cooperation between iGaming affiliates and operators.”

Part of EveryMatrix Group, PartnerMatrix was created under the vision of one system to reach millions of players, currently catering to over 100 casino and betting operators, including Dafabet, Nextbet, Gigapotti, MaxBet, ShangriLa or TotoGaming, with 24 new clients joining in the last 12 months.

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XLMEDIA to Offload Finnish Casino Assets

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Publishing firm XLMedia has instructed Akur Capital to commence a process to sell the majority of its Finnish-facing Casino assets, along with certain other publishing sites.

This proposed disposal is in line with the company’s stated strategy of refining its publishing portfolio and refocusing on regulated and high-potential markets, to deliver more sustainable and predictable growth.

Any disposal proceeds from a successful conclusion over the coming months will be used, along with current balance sheet headroom, to expedite the Company’s strategy through the acquisition and development of content-rich, highly engaging sites in regulated and high growth markets.

“XLMedia has set out a clear transformation strategy to deliver the next phase of growth. We have already made significant progress with reshaping the organisation, reducing our cost base, strengthening the leadership team and building our core people skills and technological expertise,” Stuart Simms, CEO of XLMedia, said.

“The sale of our Finnish-facing casino assets will reduce the reliance on unregulated markets and accelerate the delivery of our strategy, providing additional capital for the acquisition of attractive assets in regulated and high growth markets, such as the burgeoning US sports market. I look forward to updating our key stakeholders over the coming months,” Stuart Simms added.

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Rightlander Expands its Reach to Portugal and Bulgaria

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Affiliate compliance specialist Rightlander has launched its product and service portfolio in Portugal and Bulgaria.

Operators in these two countries will now have access to the full spectrum of Rightlander.com products including affiliate landing page tracker, PPC partner bidding tool, responsive affiliate finder, live enforcement and quick start.

“Rightlander’s priorities are largely driven by our clients’ requirements and we provide data to several large companies dealing in multiple regulated or soon to be regulated territories. Portugal’s igaming market grew to €69.8m in the first quarter of 2020 and the gambling industry in Bulgaria continues to grow and become more and more interesting for international companies so it was only a matter of time before we included these markets into our offering,” Ian Sims, founder of Rightlander, said.

Rightlander’s distributor compliance database searches every website and generates a list of all locations to which the trademarks of an operator are referred and/or related.

It follows each link on the website towards its final destination, takes a screenshot and stores it in a personal library. This is designed to enable operators to have full oversight of the affiliates that link to their brands.

The platform also helps operators to schedule compliance breach incidents that will be immediately alerted when they occur allowing them to respond and fix instantly.

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