SCCG Management collaborates with Plan A Technologies

October 6, 2023

The duo aims to provide their clients with quality technical solutions.

SCCG Management has partnered with Plan A Technologies to merge the technical and creative strengths of Plan A Technologies with SCCG’s industry insights.

Plan A Technologies specializes in software and game development, as well as engineering and technology consulting for the casino industry.

SCCG Founder and CEO Stephen Crystal discussed the mutual goals of the partnership and said SCCG is eager to collaborate with Plan A Technologies.

He commented, "We're always looking for ways to enhance the value we provide to our clientele. This collaboration with Plan A Technologies, a company renowned for its innovation, dedication and expertise, embodies that vision.

“Together, we're poised to shape the future of the industry, bringing unparalleled technical solutions to our clients."

Plan A Technologies Chairman Aron Ezra echoed Crystal’s sentiments and commended SCCG for its relationships with its other partners.

He said, “We couldn’t be more excited about the collaboration with Stephen and the SCCG team.

“They have a wonderful portfolio of partners, many of whom are going through technology transformations – we can’t wait to help some of their partners create the next generation of software and games.”

In other company news, SCCG Management recently partnered with Brazil-based law firm Abdala Advogados to influence the Brazilian commercial gaming market, as well as “ensure that stakeholders, investors, and businesses enjoy a well-informed, legally sound and strategic advantage.”

Abdala Advogados specializes in several legal sectors, including digital law, sports law, government relations, legal intelligence and litigation.

SCCG Management also recently signed a strategic agreement with casino game content provider PandaBet. Under the terms of the deal, the two will work to provide US players with PandaBet’s casino game titles.


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