3 Oaks Gaming receives Isle of Man licence

The igaming tech provider has received a licence from the Isle of Man Gambling Supervision Commission.

UK.- The online gaming technology provider 3 Oaks Gaming has been granted a software supplier licence from the Isle of Man Gambling Supervision Commission (GSC).

With a licence from the independent British territory, it will be able to supply online casino games and marketing and promotional tools to B2B gaming partners and B2C operators that are licensed on the island.

Sebastian Damian, managing director at 3 Oaks Gaming, said: “We are incredibly proud of this achievement as we look to deliver high-quality, innovative and exciting casino gaming content to regulated jurisdictions worldwide.

“We selected the Isle of Man due to the strong reputation of the Isle of Man Gambling Supervision Commission and its robust licensing process, which provides the perfect foundation to engineer our expansion into regulated markets.

“Our aim is to become a leading content distributor within the global regulated online gaming sector, and we are excited to begin our journey as we expand our international footprint over the coming months.”

The provider worked with consultancy Amber Gaming to gain the licence.

Jade Zorab, managing director at Amber Gaming, said: “We are proud to have supported 3 Oaks Gaming through the software licensing process and excited that they are now able to take the next step towards global growth.

“It is a testament to the advantages of the Isle of Man software licence to have attracted an applicant of this calibre and we are looking forward to continuing our partnership with 3 Oaks Gaming moving forward.

“It is a pleasure to welcome 3 Oaks Gaming to the island. Ensuring that the island has a supportive ecosystem for gaming companies to operate their business, whilst maintaining our reputation as a highly regulated jurisdiction that prides itself on player protection, is key to continuing the growth of this sector on the Isle of Man.”

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