This week in B2B news (14 April)

All of the latest news from the supplier side of the industry, including updates from Wizard Games, Xpoint and Paysafe

Paysafe expands Betsson partnership 

Paysafe has expanded its partnership with Betsson to bring its payment solution services to the operator’s US-facing Betsafe brand.

The provider will facilitate online credit and debit card deposits for Betsafe customers in Colorado.

Zak Cutler, Paysafe North America igaming CEO, said: “We’re delighted to support our longstanding partner Betsson Group’s expansion into the US sports betting and igaming space with their Betsafe brand.”

Marina Bogard, Betsson US MD, added: “As they have done in other markets, we are confident that Paysafe’s payment solutions will be able to support us with all our needs to achieve our goals.”

Wizard Games goes live in Ontario

Wizard Games has extended its presence in North America after being granted approval by the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario to bring its content to the market.

The supplier has made its games available via 888 and BetMGM, with additional operators set to showcase the firm’s games in the coming weeks.

Joey Hurtado, Wizard Games MD, said: “Our games are performing very well across North America and our entry into the highly promising Ontario market represents the latest step on our growth journey.

“Together with our leading operator partners, we are excited to embark on this journey, delivering engaging and entertaining content to a brand new audience,” he added.

Xpoint lands GridRival deal

Motor sports betting firm GridRival has selected Xpoint as its official geolocation partner.

GridRival is set to launch a new daily fantasy sports product in the summer, with Xpoint’s geolocation tech to be bolted on to GridRival’s iOS and Android apps.

Marvin Sanderson, Xpoint CEO, said: “We’re proud to be part of the GridRival team, helping them achieve the ambitious targets they have set for the business as they continue to expand in 2022, in particular with the launch of their DFS product later this year.”

Ross Fruin, GridRival CEO, added: “We’re delighted to have Xpoint on board. Marvin and his team are excited about working with us, their approach to our business demonstrated their core belief in working with us, not just for us, and we know we’re in the best possible hands with their technology and their team.”

Oryx Gaming inks partnership

Oryx Gaming has put pen to paper on a PAM and content supply deal for online Dutch casino

Under the remit of the deal, Oryx will supply with its PAM platform, as well as content from its in-house studios and partner studios.

Chris Looney, Bragg CCO, said: “We have established a very strong platform and content presence in the Dutch igaming market and we are thrilled to make further inroads into this exciting space together with a local and well-established operator.”

Gilles De Backer, COO, added: “We are very pleased with the licence approval in the Netherlands and had the pleasure to cooperate with Oryx for the licence approval process. They offered us everything we needed to get the license and are still offering us great support.”

Delasport goes live in Sweden

Delasport has expanded its global presence after entering the Swedish market with its sportsbook, casino and PAM solution.

The supplier is set to bring its offering of more than 125 sports to bet on and more than 3,000 casino games to operators in the Nordic nation.

Oren Cohen Shwartz, Delasport CEO, said: “By entering the Swedish market, we continue to expand globally and grow our presence in the Nordics to give operators and their players a premium betting experience.

“We look forward to offering both existing and new partners our market-leading sportsbook, PAM and casino products,” he added.

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