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Embattled casino operator Global Gaming has announced that they've signed a content deal with Finnplay, and will offer the group's software on their Ninja casino brand as a result.
Global will get access to casino games as well as backend tools to help in the operation of their casino. The move comes shortly after Global Gaming's subsidiary SafeEnt had their Swedish gaming license yanked due to anti-money laundering and player protection lapses.
Commenting on the agreement Global Gaming CEO Tobias Fagerlund said, "Finnplay's experience in providing online casino games and their expertise and deep understanding of the Nordic gaming markets sets them apart as an ideal business partner for us.
"The cooperation creates long-term opportunities for us to continue to deliver the best gaming experience to our customers in all markets we want to operate in."
Finnplay CEO Martin Prantner also commented, adding: "We're delighted to work with the Global Gaming team, with their excellent track record of having built one of the most successful online gaming brands in the industry and their in-depth knowledge of player requirements.
"The cooperation will enable Finnplay to improve on the platform, its features and functionalities in order to create an even better and safer player experience."