The Melbourne-headquartered data and technology provider GTG Network company has just recently agreed to ink a free-to-play business partnership deal with Flutter Entertainment. Thanks to this business partnership deal between the two companies, the GTG Network’s FTP or free-to-play suite of excellent online gaming products will appear across one of the most prominent operators in the industry Paddy Power.
GTG Network features an impressive portfolio including its collection of Skill Zone products that are packed with Hit the Spot that was launched in December of last year. The company also offers loads of trivia games, arcade basketball as well as soon-to-be-released mini-golf game which hits the industry the next month. Under the terms and conditions of the company’s partnership deal with Flutter Entertainment, the GTG Network’s free-to-play portfolio will first appear across Paddy Power desktop and mobile gaming verticals.
Details About GTG Network
GTG Network is a privately-held company that operates from its Melbourne-based office. The company is mainly focused on delivering large-scale iGaming products and solutions through gamification and data analytics tools. Besides its Melbourne office, GTG Network also has several smaller offices in other parts of the globe including London.
As listed on the company’s official website, GTG Network is involved in building powerful, advanced technology for all sorts of business to business and business to consumer applications that today offer impeccable user experiences. The company works alongside a number of companies in the iGaming industry while it acts as their strategic partner for some of the leading names in the online sports betting industry. Some of the company’s most popular products including Genius Games, iSport Genius, Genius Venues, Genius Broadcast, and Performance Genius.
Flutter Entertainment and Paddy Power
When it comes to Flutter Entertainment, this is one of the most prominent online gambling groups in the world. Listed on the London Stock Exchange, Flutter Entertainment was formed back in February of 2016 by the merge of Betfair, Paddy Power, and acquisition of The Stars Group. Today, the Flutter Entertainment company operates under many different brands including FanDuel, Sky Bet, FOX Bet, PokerStars, Paddy Power, and Betfair.
The company’s latest business partnership deal with GTG Network revolves around its Paddy Power brand which will soon include the FTP portfolio by GTG Network. This suite of products will also appear across other brands that are operated and owned by Flutter Entertainment, but this will happen in the following months.
When it comes to the company’s brands, its PokerStars vertical is one of the biggest names in the world of online poker games. The brand is owned and operated by The Stars Group which also owns and operates FoxBet in the United States as well as Sky Betting and Gaming in the United Kingdom. Then, there is Paddy Power as another hugely successful brand in the world of online sports betting and casino gaming.
Paddy Power emerged on the scene back in 1988 or thirty-one years ago which makes it one of the longest-standing companies of this kind. This Irish bookmaker operates loads of betting shops in the United Kingdom and Ireland as well as offers online sports betting activities, online bingo games, online poker games, as well as online casino games.
Commenting on the company’s latest partnership deal with GTG Network, Sports Director for Paddy power Ben Reilly said that his company is extremely delighted to see rather great results of player engagement with the FTP Skill Zone. On their part, GTG Network’s partner and co-founder Nathan Rothschild said that his company is rather fortunate to be in a great position to offer its free-to-play suite of products across Flutter Entertainment verticals, especially in these difficult times.