EvenBet, a provider of poker software, receives an MGA license
This week, the Malta Gaming Authority granted a B2B supplier license to online gaming software developer EvenBet Gaming.
By entering new online gaming areas, the business will be able to dramatically increase its global reach thanks to the recently acquired license.
The MGA license covers the primary online poker services offered by EvenBet as well as integrations with casinos and sportsbooks. The software provider and developer stated this week that obtaining its new license is a significant step in expanding its operator network throughout Europe and other important areas.
With the latest achievement, popular poker platform EvenBet is now accessible to online gambling companies with a Malta license. In addition to poker, the technology provider's flagship product has a Mini Games feature that gives users access to a variety of online slots and table games. It also has a sports betting option that lets users place bets on current sporting events while playing online poker.
The iGaming industry has included EvenBet's online poker platform for more than 15 years. More than 30 different poker variations, including Hold'em, Omaha, Stud, Razz, Chinese and Open Face Chinese, as well as mixed games, are available through the omni-channel solution.
The platform is available in a number of languages, including English, Russian, Spanish, and Chinese, and is certified by iTechLabs, GLI, and Quinel.
Operators may manage all of their project KPIs, users, games, and budgets with its full back-office control. Additionally, the platform has strong CRM, bonuses, promotions, and jackpots in addition to adjustable rake size and tournament settings. It accepts 30 well-liked payment methods, including cryptocurrency.
Significant Moment in the History of the Company
EvenBet CEO Dmitry Starostenkov commented on their MGA license, saying that they are happy to have received one and that it has been a "significant landmark in the history of EvenBet Gaming."
Mr. Starostenkov continued by saying that at a time when online poker is seeing rapid growth, they would be able to greatly broaden the reach of their services with their new license.
The CEO of EvenBet also stated that his business is well-positioned to handle the rising demands of both operators and their players thanks to its poker platform.
Over the past ten years, EvenBet has launched more than 100 poker rooms, each of which provides more than five million active players with access to a huge selection of games.
The company intends to keep placing the provision of a responsive and trustworthy poker solution at the center of its progressive omni-channel portfolio in order to expand even further in the future.
As part of its strategy to expand its position in the lucrative Colombian iGaming market as well as in other attractive jurisdictions in the area, EvenBet earlier this year announced the launch of its South and Latin America-focused online poker network.