Betradar granted UK licence

Supplier Betradar has been awarded a remote combined operating licence by the UK Gambling Commission (UKGC).

The licence allows Betradar to continue providing its UK-based clients with virtual sports services.

New place-of-consumption licensing in the UK has seen all gaming operators and providers with UK-facing business required to hold a UK licence and pay 15% tax.

Neale Deeley, commercial director at Betradar parent company Sportradar, said: “We’re delighted to have met the high quality standards set by the UKGC, which at the same time underlines the quality of Betradar’s products.

"Being a key market this was of high importance for us and we can now target further growth."


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