Erin-Marie Gallagher May 12, 2021 Europe, iGaming, Latest News
Pretty technical will accelerate the development of its core products following the completion of the first round of external investments.
The investment, made by a “small group of private investors” with experience in the financial and gaming sectors, will also allow Pretty Technical to promote its existing products. and services in new markets.
Commenting on the investment, Pretty Technical CEO André Marenke commented, “This is a fantastic next step for the business, confirming the excellent work that the entire team has done over the past 12 months.
“The company is in an interesting place, and the investors we have managed to attract are fully in line with our plans. for business in the coming years. "
Pretty Technical believes this new investment signals the company's ambition as it strives to "become a major global B2B player in the gaming and financial sectors."
This follows from the launch of its Player Account Management (PAM) platform "Mikado" and the regulated product Data Vault "Domino" in the Dutch market, which will soon launch with other jurisdictions coming this year.
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