ESports Entertainment get Curacao gaming licence

By Harrison Sayers
ESports Entertainment Group (EEG) International have acquired a much coveted eGaming specific licence from the Dutch province of Curacao.

EEG is an online eSports wagering company with a global reach bar the United States, with its head offices located in St Mary’s, Antigua . This new license will help the company achieve one of its goals of offering online multiplayer cash prize tournaments.

The new eGaming license will allow the company to conduct real money online gambling wagering activities on a global scale.

Curacao has been offering eGaming licences since 1996 and is internationally renowned as a great location for the companies to receive said license.

Grant Johnson, CEO of ESports Entertainment Group said: "We are very pleased to have been granted this eGaming from Curaçao. Curaçao is recognised as one of the world's leading iGaming jurisdictions and this License authorises ESports Entertainment Group to deliver real money next generation online gambling to ESports enthusiasts worldwide. This is especially timely given both our upcoming launch and tremendous success at gamescom 2017."
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