Operator selects global provider’s game aggregation solution in major boost to its content offering
QuinnBet, the rapidly-growing online sportsbook and casino brand, has selected Markor Technology to bolster its game lobby with content from some of the biggest studios in the market.
QuinnBet, which has quickly established itself as a hugely popular brand in the UK and Ireland, provides a rapidly growing casino and sportsbook platform, packed with the industry’s leading content and verticals. Having recently also secured its licence from the regulator in Gibraltar, the operator will link up to Markor’s powerful game aggregation platform which comprises 6,000 slots, table and live dealer games from 75+ providers.
Through this direct agreement, Quinnbet has gained access to a varied library of games via a simple API integration, as well a supplier roadmap that sees fresh content from new developers added every month.
Lavina Karlsson, Director of B2B at Markor Technology, said: “Our state-of-the-art game aggregation platform is packed with thousands of slots, live dealer titles and other verticals from the absolute best studios in the business. We are delighted to have been chosen by QuinnBet to boost its content offering, especially now that it is preparing for new market launches.
“Content is still king. Operators absolutely must offer the widest selection of titles to their players and our aggregator solution allows them to do just that.”
Brenda Quinn, Director at QuinnBet, added: “We have big plans for the year now that we have our Gibraltar licence in hand. With new market expansion on the horizon, we wanted to add more titles to our lobby, and it quickly became clear that Markor was absolutely the best partner to allow us to do this. “Not only does this partnership prepare us for new markets, but it also ensures that we continue to deliver the best experience to players in the UK and Ireland. This makes it one of our most important content deals to date, and we couldn’t be more pleased to be working with Markor.”