Adjarabet, the leading operator in Georgia, a subsidiary of Flutter Entertainment, has signed a five-year extension of their existing software agreement with the iGaming provider Singular.
Singular confirms that it will continue to serve as the lead iGaming and sports betting platform supplier for Adjarabet in Georgia and support its expansion in newly regulated markets.
Under the terms of the extension, Adjarabet will continue to benefit from Singular’s full product ecosystem utilizing their iGaming and Sports Betting Platform alongside the Casino Core.
“Singular is a long-standing and strong partner for Adjarabet and we’re excited that the extension of our partnership will support further growth of our business in Georgia and Armenia.” – commented Archil Kakhidze, Adjarabet’s CEO.
Darko Gacov, Co-Founder of Singular, commented: “The partnership with Adjarabet is one of our strongest and longest relationships that translates into a strategic synergy going beyond the technology and affirms Singular as the company with the right mix of expertise, attitude, and culture to service one of the biggest brands in the industry.
In addition to the market potential and the financial opportunities, Adjarabet has reaffirmed our commitment and belief that our products and services are the right fit for Tier 1 operators.
Adjarabet is a rapidly growing force in online casino and sports betting. The combination of our industry-leading technology and their expansion goals for the next five years will continue to see them achieve further success launching new and existing brands across newly regulated markets.”
Singular has acted as Adjarabet’s lead iGaming and sports betting platform supplier since 2011, when the brand leveraged the strength of their retail brand and made a successful transition from brick and mortar to an online casino utilizing Singular’s full iGaming suite. Singular has helped facilitate the scaling up of Adjarabet that became the fastest growing online iGaming and sports betting operator in Georgia and which holds a majority of the market today.