Finixio launches iGaming in the Balkans, Germany and Japan

Finixio, a London-based digital media company, is rolling out sports betting products in the Balkan, German and Japanese markets, a press release said on Friday (April 1).

The products are Kladionica.com for the Balkans, WettanbieterBonus.de for Germany and JapaneseBetting.com for Japan.

Finixio products allow users to compare sports betting services and offers from different sites.

“2021 was a breakthrough year for us as we successfully diversified into the iGaming vertical,” said CEO Adam Grunwerg. “This year, we aim to expand into new markets where we see great potential. The Balkan markets of Serbia, Croatia and Bosnia will give us access to over 15 million users, while Japan is one of the most untapped markets with over 125 million people and an industry of $60 billion online sports betting. Japan is also quite unique when it comes to its national sports calendar, with a focus on baseball, sumo, and horse racing fixtures.

Finixio has also rolled out horse racing tools and services, such as live horse results, race maps and odds comparison.

Grunwerg said the company’s future will include continued growth, expanding into new markets and revamping the company’s websites to make them industry leaders.

“This includes an increased focus on personalization, user reviews, tools and high-quality news. We also aim to stay up to date with upcoming or newly regulated betting regions such as Brazil, Chile, Ukraine and Canada.

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PYMNTS wrote that New York solicited proposals from sports betting companies that wanted to set up mobile operations in the state last year.

The report says the proposals will be reviewed and implemented by the New York State Gaming Commission.

The report said the move was to address a $16 billion budget shortfall that arose due to the pandemic.

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