Starcasino Signs a Deal with GiG and Enters the Spanish Market

Starcasino, the casino and gaming group, has signed an agreement with Gaming Innovation Group (GiG) as the operator starts to enter the Spanish gaming jurisdiction.

This is initially a 3-year deal and if both parties are satisfied it can be extended. This allows Starcasino to gain entry into the Spanish gaming market, which is a major market in the region, with the online sector believed to generate annual revenue of €800 million.

Starcasino is based in Belgium and is one of the biggest online and retail casino gaming operators in this market. The casino group has stated that its longer-term strategy is to expand into other regions, and this will start with growth in further regulated European markets.

Under the terms of the agreement, GiG will provide its Sportsbook platform and make its Player Account Management (PAM) tools available to Starcasino.

We feel very pleased to have reached an agreement with the GIG Group. After many years of work and success in Belgium we have initiated our expansion to other markets, in Spain we have selected GIG Group's technologies to successfully face the challenges of this market.

Alejandro CasanovaCountry Manager for Starcasino Spain

Founded in 2012, GiG is a leading iGaming technology and services provider partnering with several tier 1 operators. This latest partnership is the fourteenth of this type entered into by GiG.

Related: GiG and casino operator sign a multi-year agreement.

I am really pleased to have signed this partnership with Starcasino, to power their entry into the appealing Spanish market. I am convinced that our combined sportsbook, platform technology and regulatory experience is well suited to help established operators like Starcasino power into new regulated markets.

Hervé SchlosserManaging Director of Sportnco Gaming at GiG

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