SoftGamings’ Sportsbook Solution Gets Licensed by the Malta Gaming Authority

SoftGamings is thrilled to announce that another one of its products has received a licence from the Malta Gaming Authority. Namely, SoftGamings’ sportsbook solution powered by BetRadar is now fully licensed by the MGA, bringing fixed odds and live betting within reach of all clients holding a B2C Maltese licence. 

By getting approval from the leading regulators in the business, SoftGamings can stay on track with its development plans and tap into a larger pool of potential clients. 

Apart from having thoroughly tested and safe sportsbook solutions, SoftGamings’ offer abounds in attractive features that both the operators and users can enjoy. There are over 370,000 pre-match betting events per year across 60+ different sports, including eSports. 

Live betting is not far behind either — with thousands of betting opportunities players have at their disposal daily, they can capitalise on the shifting odds as the action unfolds. BetRadar’s software is among the fastest available, allowing players to receive information in real-time in a matter of seconds. 

Completely risk-free trading, advanced reporting systems, and a myriad of bonuses and promotions set SoftGamings’ sportsbook solution apart in a competitive market. 

As one can expect, the entire team at SoftGamings rejoiced upon hearing the news. Here’s what Dzianis Niasmelau, Head of Sportsbook department, had to say about the latest milestone: “The entire sales team is over the moon about this positive development with the Malta Gaming Authority. Having licensed our sportsbook solution, we had more sway in our negotiations. This allowed us to show our clients that we can offer a fully regulated package through a single unified API. All they have to do is choose and watch us deliver”. To conclude the interview, Dzianis stated: “Expect SoftGamings to continue exploring further jurisdictions and bring only safe and regulated products to those markets.”

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