The Malta Gaming Authority has licensed its second bet-on-lotteries operator, Multi Brand Gaming's Multilotto.com.

The regulator has been granted a Class 1 on 4 remote gaming licence to the operator, which offers players bets on the outcome of the world’s largest lotteries including EuroMillions, EuroJackpot, MegaMillions and Powerball.

Multilotto is powered by Lotto Warehouse, which received the MGA's first B2B lottery betting licence earlier this month.

"We’re grateful to our chief compliance officer Adrien Lefevre who worked diligently in conjunction with Reuben Portanier of Avviza in order to secure this license," said Multilotto’s head of communications Andrew Clarke. "Malta, an international gaming hub, provides the ideal environment for the growth of our business and offers a comprehensive, yet flexible operational framework."

Last month Jackpot.com became the first operator to be approved for a bet-on-lotteries licence in Malta.

 

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