Glitnor has signed an agreement to use the Fast Track platform to power player engagement across their brands.
Glitnor is a fast-growing operator with a presence in Europe and Asia. The operator places a lot of focus on creating a hassle-free experience for players; their flagship brand, Lucky Casino, was one of the first to adopt Pay’n’Play and is the fastest growing casino in Sweden since SGA regulation.
Fast Track will work with Glitnor to enhance player engagement on both Lucky and Gambola, through the use of their real-time engagement platform.
Fast Track offers powerful multi-channel automation capabilities, enabling operators to manage their communications and rewards from one platform.
Anton Carcea, COO of Glitnor Group, said: “We are looking forward to working with Fast Track and implementing real-time engagements on our brands. The platform offers some really exciting capabilities and we are confident that taking advantage of these will boost our player engagement.”
Christopher Hirst, Co-founder and CCO of Fast Track, said: “I have been watching Glitnor’s rapid growth with interest for some time. We are delighted to have the opportunity to collaborate with them to further elevate the player experience on their brands.”