The Oslo founded company, GiG had a great impact in 2018. Indeed, the company saw its operations grow to 750 staff in countries like Spain, Gibraltar, and Malta. But also the company expanded beyond European borders by inking several deals with Hard Rock. And 2019 looks to be no different!
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In fact, the company plans to move to the Stockholm Stock Exchange market, Nasdaq. And the groups CEO, Robin Reed explained his vision (below) as GIG gets ready for a new venture in Stockholm.
2018 was sure the rise of GIG. In fact, the company moved to its new HQ in Malta. They acquired an ISO certification for Britain. Plus, they also launched two new games. But these are only a few milestones of 2018.
In 2019 the group will still focus on its long-term vision. They’re keen to offer “a digital transformation” to the iGaming industry with their eco-system. It seems GIG wants to provide an end product that can meet all regulatory demands. And all of this while remaining loyal to its operators and players alike.
“By providing services across the entire value chain, we can reach the operators, the suppliers, the marketers, and end-users. In theory, this goal is achievable,” said CEO Robin Reed.
The rise of the Phoenix
All and all, it’s taken six years for GiG to get its eco-system up and running. Today this eco-system powers companies like Cashmio, Instacasino, and Dunder. And because of association like this, the Company’s position in the industry is strengthening daily. And of course, entering Stockholm Nasdaq only proves how serious the business is in keeping its momentum.
“Our ultimate goal is to deliver a platform that will have a stake in every fair online bet. At GiG, we have invested significant time, energy and resources into developing our strategic intent and position. I am here today to share it with you. GIG is the full-service provider for every company that is serious about our business,” Reed added.