21 June, 2022
Strength & Resilience
N1 Partners Group COO Andrey Akimov speaks to Trafficology about his company’s ambitions for 2022, with one particular theme being front and centre
Hi Andrey. What are your main targets for 2022?
If we talk about the MGA licence, I will single out Austria, Switzerland and Finland. As for the Curaçao licence, it’s New Zealand, Canada and Brazil. We’ve recently launched N1 Casino in Greece. The plans for the short-term future include launching a project in Serbia.
What are the biggest challenges you see ahead for 2022?
The gambling market is dynamic and slightly unpredictable, so the main goal for 2022 is not just to maintain our positions but to grow at least twice in all key indicators. We continue to work on innovation, content improvement and new features for online casinos. And we are not going to stop.
How do you reflect on 2021 as a whole?
Last year was very eventful for the N1 Partners Group team – there were many events, I will note the key ones. We have redesigned several projects, Joo Casino (Curaçao) – a new design and logo, a convenient mobile version, new welcome bonuses and a high roller reload bonus for players.
N1 Partners, an affiliate program, was also Shortlisted for the prestigious Global Gaming Awards 2022.
What are the main trends you can identify for operators and affiliates for the year ahead?
I see the development of crypto projects as the primary trend. Although it appeared a long time ago, its popularity does not decrease but grows every day.
Also, I see entering markets with country (not multi-jurisdiction) licences as one of the promising trends.
If you had one wish for your company right now, what would it be?
I would like to wish our company strength, resilience and achievement of all our goals for 2022!