Britain’s Gambling Commission grants licence to Jogo Global

Jogo Global says it is already in talks with several operators.
Jogo Global says it is already in talks with several operators.

The casino content developer has received a Gambling Commission remote gambling software and games host licence.

UK.- The British regulator, the Gambling Commission, has granted Jogo Global a remote gambling software and games host licence. The London-based company will now be able to offer its gaming platforms, customised software and mobile, online and land-based solutions to operators licensed in Great Britain.

Jogo Global said it was already in negotiations with several operators and would be finalising agreements in the coming months.

Jogo Global Group CEO David Marcus said: “I am delighted we have secured our GBGC licence, which is one of the world’s most recognised online gambling markets. With this key achievement in our history now reached, we can focus our efforts on delivering first-in-class services to a wide range of licensed operators.

“The new licence forms part of Jogo Global’s global growth development plan, which involves a recent partnership with consultancy company SCCG Management.”

He added: “We are already hard at work preparing a number of high-profile deals that will highlight Jogo Global’s commitment to quality and our strong ambitions for this important market.”

Jogo Global recently appointed Gaming Realms co-founder Simon Collins as non-executive chair and Robb Vecchio as managing director of its US division.

Meanwhile, the Gambling Commission has announced that it will investigate whether blockchain-based fantasy football platform Sorare.com has been offering gambling in Great Britain without a licence.

It said it would look further into the site’s offering to check whether it should have a licence or whether its services do not qualify as gambling.

See also: UK: Gambling Commission to probe unlicensed site Sorare.com

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