The iGaming technology company with headquarters in Malta has reported an increase in revenues for the first quarter of 2021 and attributes the optimistic results to strategic initiatives that were implemented over the past 12 months.
GiG reported revenues for Q1 2021:
“The first quarter of 2021 is a strong start to the year and another positive step forward for Gaming Innovation Group, with strong results driven from the work and strategic initiatives pushed through in the last 12 months. We are happy with the overall progress and look forward to continuing to grow towards our long term objectives” wrote Richard Brown, CEO of GiG.
Founded in 2012, GiG is a leading iGaming technology company, providing solutions, products and services to iGaming operators, based in Malta.
Over the past 12 months, GiG has signed two new agreements with Platform Services, finished the development of five new brands and has completed a technician infrastructure and data migration project, started in Q4 2019.
Gaming Innovation Group is dual-listed on the Oslo Stock exchange and Nasdaq Stockholm.
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