With the launch of its latest rebranded AspireCore platform, Aspire Global has moved to boost its standing in the iGaming field.
The new product already operates in 25 controlled markets across the US, Europe, Latin America and Africa, and provides a variety of services to support brand-building and general operations operators.
AspireCore will provide operators with a versatile and scalable PAM solution that simplifies the process when entering regulated iGaming markets in order to accomplish this.
Taschi Maimon, CEO of Aspire Global said: “The launch of AspireCore heralds a new era for Aspire Global as we ramp up our efforts to become the leading platform provider in multiple jurisdictions across the globe.
“This is the ultimate resource for those operators looking to scaling up their businesses in newly regulated markets. AspireCore is robust and flexible to cater for all requirements and is underpinned by quality content that will be highly appealing to players.
New platform extremely reliable
In addition, Aspire Global reports that the rebranded platform has been shown to be extremely reliable, handling more than three billion transactions per month over the last year and with an outstanding 99.98 percent uptime.
The product also aims to provide operators with regional content covering sports, live dealers and casino games from the company’s in-house studio and leading third-party providers with the ‘ultimate solution’, allowed by the Pariplay and BtoBet acquisitions.
Maimon added: “2021 promises to be an important year for Aspire Global. With a comprehensive offering, we are in a strong position to capitalise on new opportunities and deliver growth for our new and existing operator customers.”
Aspire Core’s rebranding and launch follows the expansion of its LatAm operations by the company through agreements with William Hill and Betfair in Columbia.
In addition, the company has plans to further grow its presence in Latin America, as well as Europe and the US, and also plans to expand into the Netherlands and Germany’s newly controlled markets.