GiG Signs Poker Expansion Agreement With OneTimePoker

Last Updated on October 18, 2018 Author:Adrian Sterne

Gaming Innovation GroupGaming Innovation Group (GiG) and OneTimePoker, which is owned by One Time Marketing Services recently entered into a white label agreement with each other. This will allow GiG to serve the OneTimePoker brand through its Core platform as Gig has offering online poker services via Guts from 2015.

This deal with OneTimePoker is a big one for GiG as it is now become the first external operator to have signed up the poker offering which is powered by the Microgaming Poker Network (MPN). The poker platform is expected to seamlessly integrate into the GiG Core platform.

In addition to the basic poker product it offers, it will also offer “casino in poker” which allows players to compete against the casino from the poker table instead of playing against other players. Additional casino content will be added thanks to the GiG Core platform.

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OneTimePoker Expands

In a statement, Randall S Kasper, CEO for OneTimePoker said

We are finally getting to build for ourselves what we built, quite successfully, for others for over a decade. It’s a dream team of executives and poker experts. Our goal is to be the next big name in poker, to be completely transparent to and trusted by players and to customize their experience with the absolute best practices we have learned over the years. We couldn’t be more excited about our partners at GiG, they are the most professional organization I have run across in the industry during my career.

The OneTimePoker brand is the brainchild of Randall S. Kasper, Esq., who is also the founder of Poker Players International. Randall has gathered up the best and the brightest minds of the poker world and he hopes to bring the best possible poker experience to everyone with his brand. The team for OneTimePoker is dotted with industry veterans and this includes Casey Jarzabek, Anthony Taylor, Jeff Maxon, Danny Noseworthy and Laurence Grondin to name a few.

CEO Robin Reed of GiG is quite happy with the new poker agreement and he hopes that it will have a positive impact on the current poker scene. There are plans in the pipeline to help expand the brand further with help from GiG products. GiG expects the new service to go live in the first quarter of 2019 and is expected to provide a big boost to the company’s revenues in 2019 and beyond.

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