End 2 End secures licences in three European jurisdictions

End 2 End has scored a “hat trick” of iGaming certifications for its multiplayer bingo platform, clearing the way for it to launch in three European jurisdictions.

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BMM Testlabs has given the go ahead for End 2 End to offer its product in Denmark, the Netherlands and Portugal.

This trifecta will “add momentum” to End 2 End’s expansion strategy, it said, positioning the company for further growth elsewhere.

“These three licences represent a major milestone for the business as we continue to deliver on our growth strategy,” said Alejandro Revich, CEO and Founder of End 2 End.

“The licences lay the foundation for future success while simultaneously confirming the platform’s highest standards of quality and performance.”

The company is already licensed in the UK, Colombia and Argentina’s capital, Buenos Aires. As a result, End 2 End’s latest market certifications will bring its total to six, and soon to be seven as End 2 End expects to receive approval from the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) in the near future.

Regarding its latest three markets, End 2 End added: “Holland, Portugal and Denmark each represent strong growth opportunities for operators wanting to enhance their bingo offering.”

The company, based in Buenos Aires and Miami, boasts more than 15 years of experience in the sector. It offers both 75-ball and 90-ball bingo games, targeting land-based, online and mixed operators.

The platform, End 2 End claims, allows operators to roll out the products on multiple channels through one single integration.

“Even more operators and aggregators can enjoy the benefits of the most modern bingo solution available on the market,” Revich concluded.

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