Gaming solutions provider BetConstruct has been awarded a Category 2 online gaming licence by the Alderney Gambling Control Commission (AGCC), while also agreeing a partnership to launch an online sportsbook for Latvia’s DLV.
The Alderney licence will allow BetConstruct to supply its products to operators licensed in the jurisdiction.
BetConstruct chief executive Suren Khachatryan said that with more than eighty clients across several continents, his company was committed to strengthening its global presence, with the licence award recognising the strength of BetConstruct’s products, platform and team.
“Alderney has, for a long time, been a seal of approval of the highest order in the industry, and we are proud to be a part of this important jurisdiction,” Khachatryan said.
Alderney’s director of eCommerce development Robin Le Prevost commented: “Our rigorous licensing and verification process is widely seen as the de facto standard for companies in the gambling industry, and we are delighted to welcome BetConstruct to our world class licensee community.”
Meanwhile, BetConstruct has finalised what it calls a “ground-breaking” partnership with Latvia’s DLV to launch a sportsbook for the gaming equipment manufacturer and operator.
The agreement marks the first time DLV will have added a sportsbook product to its suite of gaming and slots products.
The sports betting solution will be rolled out for DLV’s roster of third-party clients in more than thirty countries, as well as for its B2C operations across Europe, Latin America and Asia.
“Partnering with DLV and allowing customers to place sports bets on their cabinets, allows BetConstruct to start another exciting chapter in our global development,” Khachatryan said. “[The] two companies are looking forward to working together and extending their relationship even further as new opportunities arise."