Golden Race is granted Class 4 Malta Licence

By Nicole Abbott
Golden Race has obtained a Class 4 Licence from the Malta Gaming Authority, after an extensive application process.

The Malta-based company has specialised in virtual betting since 2006, and operate in Europe, Africa, CIS countries, Latin America, and Asia. They are now the first virtual sports developer to receive a Maltese class 4 licence.

Golden Race’s CEO and founder, Martin Watcher, comments: “We are extremely proud to be the first virtual company to receive a Maltese Class 4 Licence, which all companies who work under the Maltese Gaming Regulations to take advantage of our product there.

“The process takes a lot of time and effort to ensure all of the stringent guidelines are adhered to, but at Golden Race we strive to provide exactly what customers need to be successful, regardless of their location and regulations. Now those operators who love our products can use them fully licensed – it’s win-win all around.”

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