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FSB Reaches Agreement With German iGaming Group

FSB Reaches Agreement With German iGaming Group

Leading sports betting and iGaming technology provider FSB has further extended its jurisdictional footprint after announcing that it has reached an agreement to be the platform provider for the German iGaming group OGaming.

The landmark deal further widens FSB’s sportsbook and PAM presence on dot-com and regional platforms and means that OGaming’s international and local properties, previously supported by a major Tier 1 provider, are now fully powered by FSB’s full tech-stack platform.

The full onboarding of the OGaming network from their original supplier to FSB was completed a mere two months after an agreement was reached between the multi-brand organization and award-winning platform.

This rapid and challenging migration was only possible due to the agile and contemporary nature of the FSB technology stack.

With full data transfer and regulatory compliance also achieved within this condensed time frame, FSB continues to expand its global footprint in regulated territories within various continents.

“This partnership with OGaming is significant for FSB as it further grows our global jurisdictional presence, marks our arrival as a major platform provider across Europe and proves that we can win significant business from our key competitors,” said Dave McDowell, CEO of FSB.

“What I’m particularly proud of is the incredibly fast turnaround of this operation. Within just two months we’ve managed to complete the full-stack migration including data from OGaming’s previous platform provider to FSB and built the requisite regulatory features for German compliance including dual-wallet integration.

“This demonstrates the agility and flexibility of our next-generation technology and the deep reservoirs of committed talent we have.”

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