Global Daily Fantasy Sports has obtained a B2B controlled skill games supply licence in Malta.
The company, which provides B2B daily fantasy sports (DFS) software, will now be able to offer services and solutions for at least the next five years.
Global said it will use the licence to supply its DFS product and platform to licensed operators in all other markets that do not require a specific licence.
Darcy Krogh, chief executive of Global, said: “The MGA always showed a belief in the potential expansion of DFS in Europe.
“The granting of the license confirms that the company made the right choice when choosing Malta as its European base for its client facing and licensing operations.
“This licence is pivotal for Global, enabling us to expand our presence into additional markets and launch our dotcom network; it also allows us to offer our product and platform to a wider group of operators.”
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