Sportingtech has entered into a new agreement with Pariplay, allowing the latter to distribute its content via the Quantum platform.
The collaboration revolves primarily around Pariplay’s Fusion suite of content, with the aggregation platform’s 12,000 titles due to be distributed across Europe and Latin America, as it seeks to enhance its presence after establishing a foothold in both regions with a wide operator network’.
A full-service betting and gaming platform provider, Sportingtech will also benefit from the deal by gaining access to Pariplay’s content from more than 70 industry suppliers, including localised and exclusive games.
Andrew Maclean, VP of Sales at Pariplay, said: “This deal with Sportingtech makes perfect sense for us as we continue to look for strong partners to further expand across regulated markets.
“Sportingtech’s Quantum platform is top-notch and with a strong presence in key jurisdictions this partnership will be important to us as we continue to grow the reach of our content through our Fusion platform.”
Malta-based Sportingtech made a number of changes to Quantum last year, as it sought to ‘re-purpose and re-brand’ its flagship platform, in the biggest overhaul to the offering since the first was founded in 2009.
The platform now covers over 65 sports across 1,000 betting markets, whilst also including a casino portfolio of more than 9000 games from the industry’s leading games developers.
Ivo Doroteia, Sportingtech CEO, remarked: “We are thrilled to continue our recent momentum by partnering with Pariplay, a renowned aggregator with a growing reputation.
“Its substantial content portfolio features leading market content and this partnership will see us strengthen our offering with even more value for our operator partners.”