Pariplay moves to Gibraltar

The iGaming operator relocated its headquarters office to Gibraltar, after the approval of the authorities.

Pariplay will take its services to the southern European gambling hub, which is showing an impressive growth.

Gibraltar.- Pariplay was granted the iGaming license in Gibraltar and decided to relocate its head office in the European country, which is generating interesting politics to enhance the gaming sector. The gaming technology company was previously headquartered in Douglas, Isle of Man.

Pariplay will continue its services with iGaming operators, land-based casinos and iLotteries internationally, with special focus on Gibraltar, after obtaining the Remote Gambling license. The move comes on the back of the company’s strong growth in 2015 and into 2016 and has also been motivated by Gibraltar’s status as a global centre for top-tier gambling operators and service providers.

Pariplay will join an elite group of gambling operations with a presence in the British overseas territory located on the southern Iberian Peninsula. These include some of the global gambling industry’s biggest operators such as Ladbrokes, bwin.party, BetVictor, Gamesys, and Gala/Coral Interactive, as well as technology firms such as NetEnt, NYX Gaming, IGT (Gibraltar) Ltd., and Bally Technologies.

“Our move to Gibraltar marks the next stage in Pariplay’s long-term roadmap to expand our business into a top-tier iGaming technology company. Given Gibraltar’s status as Europe’s most important hub for gambling firms, we’re delighted to relocate our headquarters to a space where some of the industry’s biggest operators are located as well as our main competitors – moving to Gibraltar shows that Pariplay means business,” commented Gili Lisani, founder and CEO of Pariplay.