Stockholm-listed sports betting provider Kambi Group has struck a new deal with Napoleon Games to continue supplying the Belgian operator with sportsbook and technology services.
The move will further strengthen the relationship between the two companies, which first began working together in 2012.
The partnership renewal will see Napoleon continue to use Kambi's range of online and retail products, as well as its widget framework, which was recently extended to allow operators to design their own event pages integrated with the Kambi betslip.
"Following agreements with 888, LeoVegas and Paf, Kambi has strengthened relationships with four key customers in a short period, which not only underlines the quality and flexibility of the Kambi Sportsbook but also secures important sources of revenues for years to come," said Kambi chief executive Kristian Nylén.
"When coupled with the four new customers signed in 2017, Kambi enters 2018 with real momentum and I am very excited for what the year has in store."
A spokesperson for Napoleon Games added: "Belgium has become a very competitive market and therefore Kambi’s depth of offer is an important element as it gives Napoleon a key point of difference. Kambi has also made its platform more flexible, including the creation of customisable odds, which is vital to us.
"These two elements, combined with Kambi's track record of springboarding sportsbooks and the strong relationships we have between us, make this an ideal partnership."
Kambi has recently made a series of enhancements to its Sportsbook product, including the modularisation of the betslip, personalised navigation, and an updated toolbox to allow bonuses to be assigned to players yet to interact with the sportsbook.
Shares in Kambi Group (STO:KAMBI) were trading down 0.64 per cent at SEK93.40 per share in Stockholm early Friday morning.