SBTech has been awarded a full Class 4 Remote Gaming Licence by the Maltese Gaming Authority.
The firm, which provides online sports betting solutions, management services and iGaming platforms, will be able to use the licence to expand its offering in regulated markets.
SBTech already works with a number of clients in Malta, including ComeOn and NetBet.
Richard Carter, chief executive of SBTech, said: “Our ongoing strategy is to increase the number of markets we are licensed to operate in, in order to offer our tailor-made services to the new generation of sportsbetting platforms.
“Thanks to the efficiency and professionalism of both the Maltese Gaming Authority and our in-house legal team, I am delighted to confirm that we have fulfilled all the requirements and have secured this much sought-after licence.”
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