MRG commits to safe and reliable igaming environment via EGBA link-up

The European Gaming and Betting Association (EGBA) has welcomed its newest member, with MRG the latest to join the Brussels based industry body.

Representing licensed igaming operators within regulated European markets, the EGBA states that it “works together with national authorities, EU authorities and other stakeholders towards a well-regulated and attractive igaming offer for EU citizens”.

Per Norman, chief executive officer of MRG, commented: “MRG shares EGBA’s view that the industry must work closer together to create a safe and reliable European digital environment for igaming players.

“Green Gaming has been a core of our strategy since the foundation of the group, and we are enthusiastic about contributing to the development of more Green igaming services across Europe.”

EGBA’s members represent in excess of 20 million EU customers combined, with the further demand and growth of the regions digital consumers “for attractive and innovative entertainment services” continuing to rise year on year.

Taking a lead of responsible gaming and sustainable regulation for Europe, at the forefront of the association’s mantra is the promotion and creation of a safe and reliable European digital environment for igaming players,with the EGBA taking “a lead on responsible gaming and sustainable regulation”.

Maarten Haijer, secretary general of the EGBA, added: “We are very pleased that MRG has joined the EGBA family, and we look forward to working closely together with them towards an open, well-regulated market for online gaming in the EU and EEA.

“MRG brings a strong profile of responsibility, and together we will work towards developing attractive regulated markets that are capable of channelling consumers, and providing a high level of consumer protection.

“It’s an exciting but challenging time for European operators, and we are pleased that reputable operators like MRG recognise the benefits of working closer together through the EGBA in order to meet these challenges.”