Impressed with its user experience (UX), London-listed global mobile online gaming solutions and services provider, Nektan PLC (NKTN:London), has agreed a deal with WooHoo Games that will see it add a fresh line-up of titles to its B2B casino content aggregation platform.

According to a recent press release

…after officially launching in December 2019, the games provider boasts having “become one of the ‘must have’ real-money, RNG providers,” to the Asia market. The firm asserted that seeing its offering become part of a market-leading aggregator’s platform, expanding its global presence, was a recent priority strategy, and that “for obvious reasons,” Nektan was “a major target.”

Next up:

The British provider’s portfolio is currently 10 games strong, with additional titles to be added this month. It emphasized that this is the “next step” in its evolution as it looks to expand beyond its established presence within the Asian market.

Nektan adds WooHoo titles to platform 1

Head of Business Development for Woohoo Games, Ed Whittington, said…

“Nektan are a hugely respected shop floor for gaming operators because they do in-depth research on the providers they recommend. As a result we are, obviously, delighted to be one of those highlighted on their influential aggregation service.”

For its part, Nektan PLC, Vice President Commercials, Jaydeep Chakravartty, added…

“The games provider market is a very competitive one and it is hard for newer operators to break through. But we have been very impressed with Woohoo’s UX and are sure that operators, and their customers alike, will be very happy with their suite of games.”

Trading suspension:

In January, the international gaming technology platform and services provider was suspended from London trading after failing to publish its accounts by the year’s end.

Listed on the Alternative Investment Market, Nektan said in Late December that due to being in the advanced stages of a significant business restructuring, including the potential sale of its UK B2C operations, it would be unable to publish its audited accounts for the fiscal year to the end of June in advance of a December 31 deadline.

The UK company’s B2B growth saw the group generate revenues of £787,000 in H1 FY20, representing a growth of 153.1 percent over H1 FY19, according to its 2019 Annual Report (pdf) published January 27, 2020.





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