Malta boost for BetConstruct with two online casino licences

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Gaming technology specialist BetConstruct has been granted two Class I licences by the Malta Gaming Authority.

The licences from the Malta gaming regulator mean that BetConstruct can now supply its gaming products to a number of high-profile Malta-based casino providers.

Karine Kocharyan, head of licensing and certification at BetConstruct, said: “Class
I Remote Gaming licences being 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.”

Operator became the first BetConstruct partner to launch under the MGA Class I licences.