Casino platform provider BetConstruct has become one of the first software developers to be granted a new software suppliers licence from the Isle of Man Gambling Supervision Commission.
Guided by the SMP eGaming licensing team, upon securing the licence BetConstruct will have its gaming and betting solutions added to the Isle of Man GSC game register.
Tony Ure, head of egaming at the Isle of Man’s Department for Enterprise, commented: ‘The Isle of Man has continued to have a proactive response to the industries demands, and the software licence has been very well received. We welcome BetConstruct to the Isle of Man.’
As a result of being awarded this latest green-light, BetConstruct products will require no more additional testing, with this capability and speed also set to “facilitate greater cooperation with operators on a global scale”.
“We are delighted to have supported BetConstruct through the software licensing process,” stated Jade Zorab, head of corporate development at SMP Partners. “It is a testament to the advantages of the Isle of Man software licence to have attracted an applicant of this calibre.”
The company details that this change will see a broadening of its jurisdictional reach, as well as working alongside payment platform FastShift to provide software and gaming solutions “faster and better to various markets”.
Edgar Mkrtchyan, gaming group product manager of BetConstruct, added: “Being granted this licence once again proves BetConstruct’s commitment to delivering excellence in the provision of gambling products and services.
“The unparalleled benefits of the Isle of Man software suppliers licence will enhance our ability to deliver the full-service spring platform, and complete suite of products in the shortest possible time.”
BetConstruct recently announced an expansion of its casino suite after Vivo Gaming joined its family of partners; agreeing a deal to provide its multi-lingual live casino and exciting slot games.