Aspire Global has praised a cooperation with JNS Gaming for the launch of a new casino and sports brand, saying it “proves the strength” of its igaming offering.
The partnership, which encompasses the group’s whole proprietary offering of platform, sportsbook, games, game aggregator, and managed services, comes ahead of a planned debut later this year, which will be supervised by “a senior, industry experienced, and professional team.”
Jeremy Taylor, CEO at JNS Gaming said: “We were looking for an experienced, technically advanced partner who can offer us a complete solution.
“With Aspire Global, we get a long-term partner with whom we can develop and grow a significant, new brand.”
Multimillion dollar backing
JNS Gaming, which operates under its own licence, claims that the next brand launch will be backed by a multimillion-dollar investment that would “ensure a successful launch.”
The group cites Aspire’s “vast igaming experience,” as well as its “technology and broad offering,” as determining considerations in its pick of a partner who could supply exclusive services including platform, sportsbook, casino, and managed services.
Aspire Global’s CEO, Tsachi Maimon, stated: “This is yet another partnership which proves the strength of Aspire Global’s competitive igaming offering.
“With our presence in four continents and a complete, leading igaming offering covering the whole value chain, we provide our partners with cutting-edge solutions and crucial expansion opportunities. Aspire Global is the true powerhouse for igaming operators.”
Quincy Raven was named as Aspire Global MD of operations in the United States last month, as the company tries to expand its presence in the country.
The igaming solutions firm holds licences in New Jersey and West Virginia, and has filed accessibility applications in Pennsylvania and Michigan, with the goal of filing in all accessible states.