BetConstruct obtained two Class I licences from MGA

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BetConstruct announces that it has been granted two Class I licences by the Malta Gaming Authority. With these licences the company is now enabled to provide gaming products of the well-known Malta-based casino providers.

Karine Kocharyan, BetConstruct Head of Licensing and Certification, comments, “Class I Remote Gaming licences granted by the Malta Gaming Authority to BetConstruct is yet another step forward for our company in securing a full package of gaming products offered in the regulated European market. Coupled with our current MGA licences for Sports Betting and Controlled Skill Games, the newly obtained Casino licences are opening up added alternatives for our customers, who enjoy using our gaming products. Additionally, it is an excellent opportunity for our partners to use our fully-fledged white label offerings through one skin, keeping in mind that Class III licence for Poker is also coming soon.”

The gaming operator Vbet.net became the first BetConstruct partner to launch the operation of the mentioned casino providers under its MGA Class I licences.

 

About BetConstruct:
BetConstruct is an award-winning developer and provider of online and land-based gaming solutions with development, sales and service centers in 16 countries.

BetConstruct’s innovative and proven offerings include an extensive range of products and services, including Sportsbook, Sports Data Solutions, Retail Solutions, RNG & Live Dealer Casino, VR Casino, Poker, Skill Games, Fantasy Sports, Social Platform and more. The latest addition is the industry-first complete management infrastructure, SpringBME (Business Management Environment).

All partners benefit from the BetConstruct Spring platform with its powerful back office tools and all-inclusive services that empower operators’ growth and help contain their costs. From stand-alone set up to turn-key and white label solutions, BetConstruct offers its partners unfettered opportunity to succeed.


Source: European Gaming Industry News