Soft2Bet has asserted that “regulatory compliance will continue to top our priority list” after the casino and sportsbook platform provider became certified by The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard.

The company gained the certification after passing a rigorous audit recognising its capability to securely protect the transfer of credit and debit card data between customers and payment service providers.

Soft2Bet said that the announcement showcases its “strong compliance credentials” – also demonstrated by the SGA, MGA and Curacao licences held by the provider.

This latest certification indicates a commitment to protecting the data of players using the over 30 operator brands in its portfolio, which is set to be enhanced with a new flagship sportsbook in early 2021 and currently includes the SBC-award winning Wazamba.

Ivan Piorischin, Product owner at Soft2Bet, said: “We take data protection very seriously here at Soft2Bet, and it’s fantastic to have that commitment recognised with a coveted accreditation from the The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard.

“As we look forward to entering new territories and launching further cutting-edge products in the year to come, regulatory compliance will continue to top our priority list.”

Earlier this week, Soft2Bet promised “a varied and immersive range of casino and sportsbook options” after launching its latest brand, Betinia.

Players visiting the Malta Gaming Authority licensed site are immersed in five different cities, each with its own distinct sporting arenas. After reaching all the arenas in a particular city, users obtain its unique bonus and travel to the next one.