Malta-based iGaming Platform (iGP), a provider of innovative iGaming solutions, has unveiled its contemporary new identity following a full scale rebrand.
Founded in 2016, iGP offers the latest in cutting-edge technology and unparalleled expertise, allowing operators to launch their business quickly and efficiently. In the seven years the company has been in operation, it has helped to establish more than 40 casinos and partnered with over 100 game providers.
As part of its rebrand, iGP has revealed a sleek new identity and launched a “highly functional” website, marking a significant milestone in the company’s evolution. The branding looks to encapsulate iGP’s core values of innovation, customer centricity, integrity, excellence and empowerment.
This comes as the company prepares to unveil a suite of new products and services for its customers, including an enhanced back office.
Having led the transformation of the company over the course of the last year COO Matthew Calascione said: “Our dedicated team working behind the scenes at iGaming Platform has worked relentlessly to ensure a seamless and successful rebrand, truly embodying the spirit of the new generation iGP.”
“We take immense pride in presenting our true identity and the remarkable talent, products, and services available at iGP. This rebrand marks the start of an exciting journey as we gear up for a series of industry-leading events in the coming months, commencing with SBC Summit Barcelona in September.”
Giovanni Paticchio, CEO of iGaming Platform, added: “Over the last few months, iGaming Platform has gone through a series of positive and forward-thinking changes in all areas of the business.
“We will continue to strive for greatness and seize every opportunity that comes our way in a bid to empower operators to achieve unprecedented success.”
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