ProgressPlay, a whitelabel and turnkey solutions supplier, has dazzled operators with a new Licensee Service that will revolutionize the online casino and sportsbook business.
ProgressPlay introduced its Licensee Services at last month’s ICE London 2023, after a decade as a successful and award-winning provider of sophisticated whitelabel and turnkey solutions for operators.
Operators that stopped by ProgressPlay’s booth received a first view at the new AI-powered platform, which allows current partners to significantly differentiate their brands and gaming offers while also expanding their capacity to interact across countries.
The new Licensee service was created to provide international operators with a solid, open, sophisticated, adaptable, and highly scalable platform that is specifically tailored to the needs of the gambling industry and provides these scalable solutions for any channel, jurisdiction, or business model.
With a portfolio nearing 5000 games, ProgressPlay was eager to explore new offerings from established game providers such as Big Time Gaming, Scientific Games, NetEnt, Microgaming, Playson, Quickspin, Betconstruct, and Evolution Gaming, among many others, as well as the opportunity to explore new content signings that will make an impact later in the year.
ProgressPlay already has a plethora of payment solutions in place and used ICE to engage with existing partners such as Mastercard, VISA, Neteller, Maestro, WebMoney, Giropay, Trustly, Paysafecard, EUteller, and PayPal, among others, while also exploring new innovative solutions that will be included in the lineup in the coming months.
ProgressPlay’s new API-based platform has a revolutionary new style that includes an intuitive UI/UX and lightning-fast finger-responsive screen navigation. The firm offers more than 5000 casino games, 140+ sports, payment processing, VIP management, CRM, customer support, localisation, multicurrency, gamification, customizable bonus system, compliance, risk, affiliate program, player management, and other services.
Itai Loewenstein, ProgressPlay CEO, said:
“The entire team put in a major effort for ICE above-and-beyond the call of duty and I was thrilled by the reception we received and that we managed to seal a lot of deals at ICE with the new platform and services. We have now hit the point where we have the technology, solutions and capability to support any market ambition.”