Gaming company Nektan announces first global platform deal

Sun International

Digital gaming company Nektan has announced the signing of its first global platform deal for its Evolve Lite gaming system with Tyche Digital Malta Limited, a Malta based company, boosting its global presence.

Terms of the agreement, according to the international B2B gaming solutions and services provider, stipulated Tyche’s role in merging Nektan’s games aggregation platform into the multiple global markets in which it operates, as well as responsibility for localised licensing.

The company’s current games partners will contract through Nektan into the aggregation platform, the company added, with “the solution” expected to be live while generating income this year, the board said.

Gary Shaw, interim chief executive officer of Nektan, said the company anticipated growth and revenue. “We anticipate significant growth potential in these new markets with new revenue flows expected to commence before the end of this calendar year.”

Vyacheslav Grzhybovsky, chief Technology Officer of Tyche, also confirmed that the company’s reason for the partnership was determined by the Evolve platform which allows for quick integration into existing operators who require high quality content.

Nektan is a leading international gaming solutions and services provider. Its serve the US and European markets, driving digital gaming transactions, through proprietary technologies that permit speed, flexibility and innovation.