Under the agreement, GIG will provide its platform, frontend development and managed services to Casino Win, which recently secured a licence to extend its offering to online.
Online licences in Hungary are only available to land-based operators that have a physical location in the country. Two of Hungary’s four operators are currently active online, with Casino Win set to launch its offering in the first half of 2021.
The deal with GiG is based on a combination of fixed fees and a revenue share structure, and, as such, GiG said it expects the partnership to make a positive contribution to revenue during the second half of next year.
“We are pleased to have GiG supporting our digital transformation and online player acquisition strategy as we expand into the regulated Hungarian online market,” Casino Win’s managing director Zsolt Kruppa said.
“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.”
GiG’s chief executive Richard Brown added: “Casino Win has a proven track record of success and have 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.”