PressEnter Group has detailed its intention to move into new headquarters in Malta, as the group aims to become an “industry power player in a jurisdiction that has established a reputation for providing gaming excellence”.
This will see the company occupy several floors of the newly built Ferries Business Centre, located in Sliema, with the firm’s intentions documented at a press conference alongside Silvio Schembri, Malta minister for the economy and industry.
Schembri said: “I would like to congratulate PressEnter Group on its new office and thank the company for its commitment to Malta.
“I firmly believe that we are the world’s leading online gambling jurisdiction and can support and encourage businesses in ways that other jurisdictions cannot. I am certain that PressEnter has a successful future ahead and feel proud that they have chosen to do this from Malta.”
The office space has been designed by interior design specialists DesignHub Malta to specifically meet PressEnter Group’s requirements, which is to provide an optimum working environment for team members.
PressEnter says that it quickly made the strategic decision to expand its footprint in Malta, and subsequently establish their HQ, due to the region having access to some of the best talent in the industry.
Lahcene Merzoug, CEO of PressEnter Group, added: “Our brilliantly designed new office is yet another step towards establishing PressEnter as an industry power player in a jurisdiction that has established a reputation for providing gaming excellence.
“We have ambitious growth plans for the business which includes expanding on our incredible team, and we are extremely happy to be doing all of this from our new HQ.”
Earlier this month, PressEnter Group documented a rebrand from its previous Betpoint Group moniker, before adding Rapid Casino to its existing sites of 21.com, JustSpin, NitroCasino, NeonVegas and UltraCasino.