FAST TRACK Signs its Second Online Casino Deal
Malta-based online gaming technology and services provider, FAST TRACK Solutions, has signed its second deal in two months with Chance Hill that will see its Curacao-licensed online casino migrated onto the company’s platform.
Chance Hill only recently signed a deal with FAST TRACK to develop their Ikibu-branded online casino. The online casino is promising to offer a unique gaming experience and will be launched in the third quarter of this year.
“We have been working with FAST TRACK for the last few months now with our upcoming casino, Ikibu,” announced Rafael Rios, chief executive of Chance Hill. “After seeing how they work it was a simple decision for us to also move Chance Hill to FAST TRACK.”
Chance Hill Casino is planned to be launched in July 2016 and it will be powered using Gaming Innovation Group’s iGaming Cloud’s back-end platform service and the FAST TRACK front-end platform. FAST TRACK was launched in February to provide solutions for casino technology and operations. It aims to simplify the process of setting up and operating an online casino.
“We are really pleased to extend our services even further to Chance Hill,” said Simon Lidzén, chief executive and one of the three co-founders of FAST TRACK. “They are a great team to collaborate with and I am looking forward to Chance Hill becoming a big success.”
FAST TRACK has been expanding since its launch at the beginning of this year. In May, it signed a partnership agreement with Enteractive, a value enhancement service provider. Under the terms of the deal, Enteractive will provide FAST TRACK and its customers with 24/7 customer support. In the same month, FAST TRACK also announced their integration with iGaming Cloud.
March 27, 2017