Cameron Murphy16.06.2016

Since its launch in February this year, Malta-based online gaming technology and services provider, FAST TRACK, has been expanding with the signing of partnership agreements. Its latest agreement is with Chance Hill to migrate the Curacao-licensed online casino to their platform.

FAST TRACK has already signed a partnership agreement with Chance Hill, only two month ago agreeing to develop their brand new online casino, Ikibu. The company plans to launch this casino in the third quarter of the year with what it is promising will be a “new and ingenious take on gamifying.”

Other deals signed by FAST TRACK in the last few months include two significant deals in May when it integrated with iGaming Cloud and also signed an agreement with Enteractive for 24/7 customer support.

“We are really pleased to extend our services even further to Chance Hill,” announced chief executive and one of the three co-founders of FAST TRACK, Simon Lidzén. “They are a great team to collaborate with and I am looking forward to Chance Hill becoming a big success.”

Chance Hill Casino will launch with FAST TRACK’s front-end platform and with its back-end powered via Gaming Innovation Group’s iGaming Cloud’s platform. It is expected to go live in July this year. FAST TRACK was launched on the principle of simplifying all the steps related to setting up and operating an online casino with success and this is part of the attraction of using this services provider.

“We have been working with FAST TRACK for the last few months now with our upcoming casino, Ikibu,” said chief executive of Chance Hill, Rafael Rios. “After seeing how they work it was a simple decision for us to also move Chance Hill to FAST TRACK.”