BetConstruct has secured approval to add poker to its set of licensed products, after picking up accreditation from the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA).
Under the accreditation, Betconstruct has been granted an approval from the MGA to add Poker vertical (type 3) under both B2C and B2B licenses.
This is in addition to BetConstruct's MGA licenses which were already covering sports betting and provision of fantasy sports.
Earlier this year, the company also secured approval from the regulator for its B2C operation to add casino vertical (type 1), which enables games from well-known Malta-based casino providers.
Upon making this announcement in May, BetConstruct head of licensing and certification Karine Kocharyan said that it was an excellent opportunity for its partners to use a “fully-fledged white label offering through one skin” while teasing the addition of poker – something that has now come to fruition just five months on.
“We are very pleased to secure Online Poker Licence as a result of the continuous development and improvement of our software,” comments Vigen Badalyan, BetConstruct founder and CEO. “Meeting high technical standards of MGA, we now offer to build on high game profiles and attract maximum player numbers with our Poker Software. European operators can take full advantage of our system providing increased levels of protection for novice players from losing their bankroll to far more experienced players and advanced game functionality including a multi-table play for professional players.”
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