Unibet’s B2B subsidiary Kambi Sports Solutions has inked a two-year deal with Spanish sports betting operator Suertia Interactiva SA. Kambi will provide Suertia with a fully managed online and mobile sportsbook integrated with a platform from Mediatech Solutions SL. Suertia operates 10k points-of-sale in Spain, and Kambi will utilize these outlets to help market and drive acquisitions for its new client’s online sportsbook. This is the fifth Spanish deal for Kambi, whose existing Spanish clients include Egasa Group and Grupo Acrismatic.
Lottomatica subsidiary Spielo International is entering the Spanish bar market via its recently signed deal with amusement with prizes (AWP) operator Costa Cálida, which gave the local firm exclusive distribution rights for the Spanish ‘type B’ slot machine market. A three-month field trial is underway in venues in the Murcia and Valencia regions, and the plan is to roll out 1,000 of Spielo’s delite™ cabinets – featuring Spielo’s popular Sphinx game – in the first year of the deal, with further machines added in subsequent years.
Peer-to-peer online mahjong mavens Mahjong Logic Ltd. have inked BetLuck.co.uk as its new licensee. BetLuck, described as a “leading operator with a growing focus on Japan and Greater China,” is the second deal signed via the partnership between Mahjong Logic and Plus-Five Gaming Ltd. BetLuck’s sales chief Mamoru Kambara touted Mahjong Logic’s ability to offer the Japanese Riichi rule set, which Kambara says a growing number of BetLuck’s players are “demanding” be made available to them.
Isle of Man-based mobile casino outfit Locus Gaming, which just debuted its Jack Wild Casino product, has inked an affiliate deal with Montreal-based Income Access. The affiliate program will provide partners with “unique creatives and content” complemented by Income Access’ “industry-leading tracking and commission calculations.”
Fertitta Entertainment’s Nevada-licensed online poker outfit Ultimate Gaming has inked fellow Nevada licensee Central Account Management System (CAMS) to process online payments and help it maintain regulatory compliance (player age verification, IP and mobile geo-location services, etc.). Ultimate Gaming CTO Chris Derossi said CAMS would help “reduce our internal programming costs” and “centralize many of our daily operation functions.” CAMS CEO Matthew Katz said his company’s solutions were “specifically tailored for partners like Ultimate Gaming.”