Sports betting technology provider Kambi Group has secured a multi-year deal to provide its sportsbook and services to Stockholm-listed operator Global Gaming.
Kambi's sportsbook will be integrated into Global Gaming's proprietary platform, with an initial launch scheduled for the final quarter of this year.
"I'm delighted to welcome Global Gaming to the Kambi network with the agreement further evidence of Kambi being the number one choice for visionary operators in regulated markets,” said Kambi chief executive Kristian Nylén.
"Global Gaming is Kambi's seventh new customer signing this year, spanning four continents, which illustrates the strength of our scalable technology and operational capacity to launch customers into regulated markets wherever and whenever they need."
Due to the timing of the launch, Kambi expects the deal to have a minimal impact on 2018 revenue, although the partnership has the potential to provide a more meaningful contribution in future years.
"Following an extensive selection process, we are delighted to be able to partner up 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,” said Christopher Naudi, head of sportsbook at Global Gaming.
Global Gaming chief operating officer Mark Wadsworth added: "We offer players easy and secure access to a responsible, entertaining and high-quality online gaming experience and with our in-house expertise and Kambi's platform, we are ready to take Global Gaming to new heights."
Shares in Kambi Group plc (STO:KAMBI) were trading down 0.92 per cent at SEK171.60 per share in Stockholm Wednesday morning, while shares in Global Gaming 555 AB (STO:GLOBAL) were trading up 0.86 per cent at SEK28.12 per share.