Aspire's Aspirations in the Netherlands Through the Moon After Yet Another CertificationPublished March 5, 2022 by Lee R
Another round of KSA licences has Aspire primed for success in the Netherlands.
With new certifications in the hot new Netherlands market, Aspire Global is preparing to roll out a diverse and broad suite of offerings to the highly attractive NL player base.
New Aspire Certifications
The newly awarded certifications from the Netherlands Authority KSA cover platform (PAM), sportsbook and casino games.
Other Supplier Deal
The Holland casino supplier arrangement was a huge breakthrough for the Aspire holding, as one of the ten major operators winning licenses to serve Dutch customers in the market which opened October 1, 2021.
Another Deal for Aspire in 2022
Aspire has already come out strong in 2022, in NL, announcing its first striking platform and managed services deal for the Dutch market. That deal struck at the end of last January calls for Aspire Global to provide incoming tier 1 operator BoyleSports, who are preparing to launch in the Netherlands with Aspire's full turnkey platform solution including managed services thanks to the deal.
Strong New Supply Partners
Considering leading Irish and UK online operator BoyleSports is Ireland's largest independent retail bookmaker with over 350 retail branches throughout Ireland and the UK, Aspire will see its reach expand considerably. Aspire will further be on display in NL through a deal to provide leading iGaming operator Karamba with Aspire Global’s complete offering when entering the Dutch market.
Aspire CEO Speaks
Of the latest licences awarded, Aspire Global CEO Tsachi Maimon proclaimed:
“The newly regulated Dutch market is growing quickly and one of Europe’s most appealing iGaming markets. We expect the iGaming market in the Netherlands to grow to ultimately become one of the biggest in Europe and are excited by the opportunities we see.”
Maimon also looked forward to a new certification that stands to expand the company's NL profile: B2B certification which will bring Aspire's “enhanced player experience” to the Dutch market.
KSA projections have the Dutch iGaming market growing to EUR 1.5 billion in 2025, representing a huge pie which Aspire stands to get a large piece of by securing the new KSA licences.