Aspire, Pariplay earn GLI-19 certification for North America

Aspire Global, the parent company of Pariplay, has obtained GLI-19 certification standard from Gaming Labs International.

The approval of the interactive gaming systems certificate will enable Aspire to launch its player account management platform in regulated provinces and states, a move that it notes will place the company “in a strong position” in North America.

“This is a significant milestone in our strategy to expand and build a leading position in the US and Canada,” said Tsachi Maimon, CEO of Aspire Global, in a news release. “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.”

Aspire, which has a strong presence throughout Europe, Latin America, and Africa, has established itself in North America through its Pariplay subsidiary. Pariplay’s games are licensed in Michigan, New Jersey, and West Virginia and the subsidiary has a number of deals with operators and distributors.

In Canada, it is joining with NeoPollard Interactive to offer its gaming content on Play Alberta, the only regulated gambling website in the province. It also recently struck a number of deals in the U.S. with the likes of Rush Street Interactive, BetMGM, GAN, and Golden Nugget Online Gaming.

In February, Pariplay appointed a new business development director to lead its charge in North America.

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