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Gaming firms Kambi Group and Global Gaming have announced that they've signed a content deal, deploying out to various jurisdictions around the globe.
Under the terms of the deal, Kambi will bring their sportsbetting platform to Global Gaming's various betting websites that are deployed throughout the world. The product will be launched later this year on the sites, allowing for punters to get a wager in on major sporting events. Global Gaming oversees the brands Ninja Casino, Viking Casino, Mr Spil, and more.
Commenting on the agreement Global Gaming's Head of Sportsbook Christopher Naudi said, "Following an extensive selection process, we are delighted to partner with Kambi as our sportsbook provider and look forward to being able to offer high levels of product, service and user experience that our customers have grown to expect through the Ninja Casino brand."
Kambi CEO Kristian Nylen added, "I'm delighted to welcome Global Gaming to the Kambi network with the agreement being further evidence of Kambi being the number one choice for visionary operators in regulated markets.
"Global Gaming has proven itself to be an ambitious and innovative operator and therefore fits the profile of illustrious companies Kambi chooses to partner with to achieve success."