Aspire Global announced Wednesday it has obtained the Gaming Laboratories International (GLI) "Interactive-Gaming-Systems" certification standard GLI-19, thus enabling the company to launch its PAM (Player Account Management) platform and managed services to the US and Canadian markets.
Aspire Global has a strong presence in Europe, Latin America and Africa and has a clear target to establish a leading position in the expanding North American market. "The success of Aspire Global is built on its complete, cutting-edge iGaming offering. Aspire Global offers all the relevant products for iGaming operators: PAM (Player Account Management) platform, games, sportsbook, aggregation, and managed services. Soon the company also expects to add sports to its North American offering", the company stated.
Aspire Global has already established itself in North America through Pariplay, the content and aggregator provider, whose games are licensed in Michigan, New Jersey and West Virginia. Pariplay has recently struck a number of deals in the US with operators or distributors such as Rush Street Interactive (RSI), Golden Nugget Online Gaming, Inc., PlayUp Group, Amelco, BetMGM and GAN. Pariplay will also together with NeoPollard Interactive LLC offer a wealth of gaming content on Play Alberta, the only regulated gambling website in Canadian Alberta.
In an official press release, Tsachi Maimon, CEO of Aspire Global, said: "This is a significant milestone in our strategy to expand and build a leading position in the US and Canada. We have already been successful in broad parts of the world with our complete iGaming offering and we are now determined to establish a strong position also in North America. This gives us a solid foundation for further growth with the goal to become the world's leading iGaming supplier.