Damagi Marketing Solutions Ltd operates a group of online casinos under a licence from the Estonia Tax Office, including Slotparadise, Prontobet and more. In some countries, the operators are DMG Solutions B.V. with a Curacao licence or Cygni Services Ltd. / CyScuti Entertainment Limited under a licence from the Kahnawake Gaming Commission.
The History of a Rising Star in iGaming
Being founded in 2019, Damagi Marketing Solutions Ltd. is a relatively new operator of online casinos. While its first brand, Hey Casino was licenced by Curacao only, the company moved quickly to an Estonian licence the soon it became available. Currently, all its brands are operated under a trio of licencing authorities based on regional requirements to appeal to a wider range of countries.
The early period at Damagi Marketing Solutions Ltd was spent building its own platform with an extensive choice of slots and games, a wide range of payment methods and 24/7 customer support. The dev team optimized the platform for use on any device, be that mobile, desktop or tablet. Fast-loading games that run lag-free were at the top of their priorities to deliver a stellar gaming experience to all players.
In 2020, HeyCasino became the first brand to open its virtual doors to the online gaming public. Primarily focusing on Nordic markets in its beginnings, Hey Casino quickly advanced to a player favourite, gathering a loyal base in s short period. This led to the launch of Yaa, Moi and Lyra Casino throughout 2021. All brands featured a similar layout and an identical game choice.
The Pay N Play Era at Damagi Marketing Solutions Ltd
It wasn’t until early 2022 when Damagi Marketing Solutions Ltd launched its first Pay N Play brand, Happy Spins. They chose Brite to provide instant bank deposits and cashouts, giving it a new edge that attracted a wider range of players. No regular registration is needed as Brite provides the necessary KYC data to the casino operator during the first transaction via a secure connection.
Seemingly breaking a dam, Damagi added more Pay N Play brands in quick succession. Quickslot, Slotparadise and Prontobet were launched between August 2022 and July 2023. Brite was kept as the payment provider for instant deposits and withdrawals.
For countries where Brite is not available, Damagi offers an extensive range of payment methods such as credit cards, e-wallets including Neteller, Payz, Skrill, and MuchBetter, instant banking via Klarna and Rapid Transfer as well as prepaid cards. Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are available in jurisdictions that are under the Curacao licence.
Continuously extending its platform, Damagi casinos now feature 1000s of classic and video slots, table games, live casino and live show games. Over 50 providers are present in the casino lobbies. The Live Casino games are supplied by Evolution Gaming, Ezugi, Pragmatic Play Live and Vivo Gaming. Lately, some brands also offer Sportsbook and Live Betting in select countries.
Going from zero to eight online casinos within three years is no easy feat in the highly competitive iGaming world. An operator has to get most things right, preferably straight from the start. Damagi seems to have done just that thanks to its experienced team and dedication to deliver a premium gaming experience. No doubt we will see more successful casino launches from Damagi in the years to come.