EvenBet mainly supplies poker software, which requires a Class 3 licence as a peer-to-peer-game, to operators. However, its new Class 1 licence will allow expand the range of products it supplies to online casino content.
“Our business has grown exponentially this year following increased demand for our services and launching the EvenBet poker platform with several new clients,” Dmitry Starostenkov, EvenBet Gaming chief executive, said. “Securing this new MGA licence extension is an important move that allows licensed operators to gain access to our full product portfolio, including our casino games platform.
The licence allows EvenBet to offer its online casino platform with partners licensed in Malta. In addition, the supplier already offers a suite of casino “mini-games”, playable within its poker rooms, which it will now be able to launch with MGA-licenced operators.
EvenBet said these mini-games mean operators can “offer players a variety of mini casino games without needing to leave the poker table”.
“Our casino and mini games functionality was built with player retention in mind, providing the ultimate tool that keeps poker players engaged in one place and gives them access to quality and complementary content,” Starostenkov said.
EvenBet received its Class 3 MGA licence in May of this year.