The UK-listed group will provide slots and table games via its E-Lite platform across desktop and mobile devices for Kenyan firms Betika and BetLion
() flagged its entry into Africa as it reported its the integration of its gaming technology with two sites there had been both “quick and seamless”.
The UK-listed group will provide slots and table games via its E-Lite platform across desktop and mobile devices for Kenyan firms Betika and BetLion.
The launch into Africa marks another important landmark for Nektan's fast-expanding and higher margin business-to-business (B2B) division, the company said.
The latest deals were part of the B2B division’s “extensive pipeline” of work, it added.
Founder Gary Shaw said: "Africa is an emerging market that is rich with possibilities and presents us with opportunities to build our international expansion.
“As we continue to grow Nektan's B2B software division, deals such as this highlight how our proprietary technology is fit for purpose in emerging markets all over the world."
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