CampeonUK

Campeon Gaming Partners launches CampeonUK casino

Expansion seeking Campeon Gaming Partners has made its move in the UK online casino market by launching CampeonUK.

Running with affiliate tracking from Income Access, it is the fourth live brand for the igaming operator after CampeonBet, EvoBet and SvenBet. 

Having established these brands, the company is ready to find success in the UK’s huge online gambling market. It will be operated with both UK Gambling Commission (UKGC) and Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) licences.

Online is the UK gambling industry’s largest sector by GGY, as shown by statistics released by the UKGC in May 2019. It accounted for £5.6 billion, or 39 per cent of the £14.5 billion total for the full-year period from April 2017 to March 2018.

Featuring more than 3,000 premium games across over 30 providers, CampeonUK will start with a sole focus on casino but is expected to roll out sports betting towards the end of the year.

Avraam ‘Akis’ Tosounidis, the firm’s Co-Founder and COO, said: “By entering the UK market, we are setting a very important milestone for our company.

“These are very exciting times for us, however it also comes with great responsibility. We have a strong commitment to grow our group, as well as to build successful and long-lasting partnerships.”

The company also confirmed that four brands will quickly become five through the launch of SvenPlay, an extension of the existing SvenBet brand tailored to the Swedish market. It will be both Sweden and MGA licensed with a Pay N Play module powered by Trustly.

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