The agreement will reportedly span an initial term of 3 years, after which two optional 1-year extension periods will come into force. The soon-to-be new casino brand owner has said that it expects to be in a position to officially launch its online casino by at least this coming December.
The agreement concluded between GS and GiG is subject to a fixed-fee schedule and will be served by GiG’s existing licence as issued by the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA).
GS No Casino Newcomer
At present, GS Tech already manages several highly successful iGaming platforms. It also owns and runs the 2012 - launched Alpha Affiliates programme, by which it coordinates specialised marketing efforts on behalf of an assortment of big-name partner casino brands. Alpha CEO Nic Prokofev recently commented on the freshly inked deal and said that since GiG as regarded as “reliable and trustworthy” the world over, Alpha is proud to be connected to GiG’s journey and ongoing success.
And since GS Technologies is a provider known for a solid reputation in online casino and related technology services, the deal certainly marks the start of an exciting new dynamic in both GiG as well as GS Tech’s journey.
A Big-Deal Partnership
GiG CEO Richard Brown is of course in full agreement with his fellow online gaming chief in charge. Brown is full of praise for Alpha Affiliates, describing the marketing provider to be a core element central to the success of GS Technologies. Brown described GiG having been named the partner of choice to GS Tech and Alpha as a huge honour in business.
Since Alpha expects to launch its new online casino by the end of 2020, GiG can expect to enjoy profits and benefits stemming from the latest partnership deal from as early as 2021. The agreement marks the coming together of two of the industry’s biggest and most reputable brands in existence to date.