Nektan To Enter The New Market Of Africa

24 Jul 2019

Nektan has become one of the fastest-growing gaming companies in the online industry. Their international technology makes them perfect for global formats all over the world. Now, their expansion has reached where many casinos haven’t, to the content of Africa. This is thanks to the separate branch of Nektan, E-Lite, which is known as the B2B content distributor for the country.

With many developments into its gambling regulations, Africa is becoming a completely new, untapped market for casino gambling. With Africa part of Nektan’s expansion, they will quickly become an incredible global marketer.

After joining E-lite, two of the leading game companies in Africa have successfully integrated many of the HTML5 featured slot games and tables provided by Nektan. Both Betika and BetLion have welcomed these games into their collection being fully optimized for both desktop and mobile devices. The operators have gained a larger standing in Africa after this completed partnership, which further compliments some of the already well-established Kenyan operators. The total of seven Kenyan operators were able to renew their licenses after the Kenyan Betting Control and Licensing Board seized further control.

Nektan has grown faster than any other provider with its developments into multiple global sectors. Its incredible technology and high-quality content have allowed them to maintain this presence within the world by consistently delivering in multiple aspects whether it is through creating footholds within hard-to-reach areas or developing new ways of making more entertaining ways of gambling.

The Founder and Executive Director of Nektan, Gary Shaw, issued the following statement into the excitement of the expansion. He said: “Africa is an emerging market that is rich with possibilities and presents us with opportunities to build our international expansion”.

As the developments into the B2B software continue to grow, more deals like this will be expected to emerge from many other potential countries.

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