The company was awarded a Gambling Supervision Commission B2B software supplier licence, allowing it to resell games to a market of customers globally.
Skyline engaged Douglas-based blockchain and cryptocurrency gambling licensing specialist SolutionsHub to assist with the licence application process.
“We are thrilled to have been awarded the licence and to officially announce our launch,” said Skyline director Angie Chung.
“The Isle of Man offers us a superb base from which we can serve clients all over the world and gives our software developer partners the confidence that comes with such a highly respected licence.”
Chung also offered thanks to SolutionsHub for its assistance in the licensing process.
SolutionsHub chief operating officer Nick Wright added: “Being licensed in the Isle of Man allows Skyline Solutions to serve a large and lucrative market and to achieve the company’s goals of growing rapidly. We’re delighted to be helping them on the way to achieving success.”
Isle of Man Digital’s chief executive Lyle Wraxall said that it continues to be a busy time for gaming licence applications in the jurisdiction.
Data published in March showed that licence applications on the island were up 30% in 2020, as the total number of licensees to be supervised by the Gambling Supervision Commission reached 55, with others in the pipeline.
A total of 21 licences were approved in 2020, compared to just 8 in 2019.