Casino Win will expand its offerings digitally within the Hungarian market, a move which will be powered by Gaming Innovation Group (GiG).
The operator was recently awarded a licence to expand its offerings into the world of online.
GiG will equip CasinoWin with a gaming platform, as well as frontend development and other services.
“Supporting our digital transformation strategy”
GiG’s partnership with Casino Win will have a combination of revenue share and fixed fees.
Casino Win Managing Director Zsolt Kruppa had the following to say about the new partnership.
“We are pleased to have GiG supporting our digital transformation and online player acquisition strategy as we expand into the regulated Hungarian online market.
“We believe that by joining our efforts we can transfer the feel and look of our casino’s into an online offering that both caters for our current players as well as attracts new ones.”
Joining an exclusive club
Online gambling is legal in Hungary, but only operators with a land-based presence are allowed to apply for a digital licence.
Of the four casinos in the country, two – including Casino Win – are now online. The operator will, if all goes to plan, launch its services on such media in the first half of next year.
GiG expects that the operator will positively contribute to the company’s revenue in H2 2020. Chief Executive Richard Brown also spoke about the two parties’ new partnership.
“Casino Win has a proven track record of success and some of the market-leading land-based operations.
“We believe that this, in conjunction with GiG’s tailored online offering will lead to further success for the companies, while providing Casino Win’s customer base a seamless, high quality retail and digital experience.”
GiG has a sizeable presence in the global iGaming industry. In February of this year, it was approved to offer affiliate services in the US state of Pennsylvania.