London-based gaming software and platform provider Betconstruct has been awarded a Class 4 Remote Gaming Licence by the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA).

The supplier has secured approval for its sportsbook solution, allowing it to supply the product to operators licensed on the island.

“The Malta Gaming Authority is one of the most preferred global remote gaming regulators with focus on fair and transparent gaming,” Betconstruct chief executive Vahe Baloulian said.

“Being granted this license once more validates BetConstruct’s standing in the gaming industry and our commitment to the highest standards of service,” he explained. “The license from MGA will further enhance our ability to serve existing and future partners, including those wishing to operate under the white label arrangement.”

The addition of the Malta licence further strengthens Betconstruct’s offering, with the supplier also licensed by the UK Gambling Commission and the Alderney Gambling Control Commission.



GIQ Magazine Digital Edition