Delasport gains Malta gaming licence

Delasport has picked up a licence from the MGA.
Delasport has picked up a licence from the MGA.

The operator has gained an MGA B2B licence to offer sports betting and casino products.

Malta.- The Gibraltar-based gaming software company Delasport has been granted a B2B licence from the Malta Gaming Authority. It may now offer sports betting and casino products in the country.

Delasport said the news was a major milestone for its development. It will offer Malta-based operators its Player Account Management (PAM) solution, casino platform and turnkey or plug and play Sportsbook iFrame service.

CEO Oren Cohen Shwartz said: “We are happy to receive the MGA B2B licence for our casino and sports betting solutions. The MGA licence is an important milestone in our market’s availability strategy. In 2022, we plan to enter several new regulated markets around the globe to meet with our partners’ expansion strategy.”

Last year, Delasport gained a licence in Romania to provide its managed services to B2C operators.

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