BetConstruct receives MGA controlled skill games supply licence

BetConstruct has recently secured a Controlled Skill Games Supply Licence from the Malta Gaming Authority.

This license allows BetConstruct to offer its Fantasy Sports Product, which includes soccer, American football, Basketball, Baseball and Ice Hockey, on a B2C and B2B level.

BetConstruct COO, Sergey Harutyunyan, commented: “BetConstruct have spent much time developing and improving our unique fantasy sports product over the past year and complying to the strict MGA technical standards is a reward to our work. Operators can integrate BetConstruct's fantasy product onto their existing platforms or use as part of our full turnkey solution, utilising Spring Gaming Platform. It provides players with more choice and options, and operators with new revenue channels and unique products to enhance brand loyalty.”  

European operators can take full advantage of BetConstruct’s Fantasy Sports that has recently been upgraded with a number of innovative functions, including customisable points systems, contest duration flexibility and in-play substitutions in soccer.

Earlier this month, BetConstruct had successfully added both Casino and Pool betting to its B2C UK Gambling Commission Remote betting licences.

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