ComTrade and Genting Alderney sign iGaming agreement

ComTrade and Genting Alderney sign iGaming agreement

Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Casino firm Genting Alderney announced that it has signed a license agreement with software service provider ComTrade. Under terms of the contract, the global IT company will provide the Genting Group subsidiary with a single customer view across all of its products, including online social and mobile games. It will also enable the world's third largest casino operator to deploy Comtrade's iGaming platform, allowing it to deliver different games to individual markets.

Peter Nolan, Managing Director Genting Alderney, said: “When we started this process, we were looking for a company that could offer a solution that would be right for Genting Alderney today and Genting Group globally in the future.  We required an experienced company with a robust and scalable online gaming platform and the ability to customise it to our specific requirements. ComTrade quickly demonstrated that they could offer that and much more.”

A spokesperson for ComTrade added: “Working with a global force such as Genting signifies that our flexible working approach allows operators to take control of their own destiny. This is where an increasingly competitive gaming market is headed, with operators seeking to differentiate their product and services. Our platform and high level of customisation enable Genting to offer a broader range of products tailored to the needs of their customer base.”


 

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