The Canadian software provider and operator FansUnite Entertainment has acquired licenses for gaming services and critical gaming supply from the Malta Gaming Authority.
This will allow the brand to offer a wide range of services in not just the Maltese markets but the wider EU ones too. These can include casino games, fixed-odds betting, and more.
Their B2B critical gaming supply license was given specifically to Askott Entertainment. FansUnite acquired this white label solutions provider in August. The new license will allow them to sell their software to various licensed and regulated sports betting and igaming operators.
Meanwhile, their E.G.G. Limited (Malta) has been given the B2C gaming service licence. This allows them to offer the brands and game offerings that they have developed themselves to the wider European markets.
The Canadian brand also plans to offer a full white label service to their partners. This means that any new partner would not have to undertake their own licensing process to software test procedures when setting up operations.
Scott Burton, FansUnite chief executive, said: “Having spent years building our technology to a global standard that is desirable by international regulatory bodies, we were able to meet Malta’s extremely stringent and rigorous technical, software, and corporate audits and qualify for two separate licences.
“With the approval in hand, we will look to continue executing on our growth strategy, by collaborating with new partners in Europe in order to distribute our sports and esports betting platform along with our RNG casino game titles to an expanded customer base.”