Home to Asia’s gaming companies

As the premier jurisdiction for licensing, regulation, headquartering & administration of online operators, the Isle of Man is home to many of Asia’s leading gaming companies.

The jurisdiction offers experience and expertise in assisting Asian operators to supply their products globally, from a secure, financially attractive environment helps make the route from Asia to the Isle of Man so popular.

Gaming firms have been enjoying a successful home on the Isle of Man for over 15 years, taking advantage of our unsurpassed reputation and legislation. An Isle of Man licence grants an operator prestige and reputation like no other licence can.

No player has ever lost money as a result of an Isle of Man licensed operator withdrawing from the market, a claim no other offshore jurisdiction can make.

“Player protection is at the heart of everything we do, meaning your players can trust your company and understand that their deposits are safe with our licensees,” said the company.

The Isle of Man is a home for both Business to Business (B2B) and Business to Consumer (B2C) models, including Live Dealer operations, Casino, Slots, Sportsbooks, Poker, e-Sports and more. Customers with Isle of Man licensees can now also deposit, play and win with Digital Currencies such as Bitcoin or virtual goods such as skins.

By joining its distinguished list of online gaming companies an operator can expect a government with a stable economy committed to supporting the e-Gaming sector. Financial incentives and assistance is available for moving staff to the Island, there is plenty of office space, beautiful scenery  and clean, fresh air.

Visit Isle of Man at ICE 2017 on stand number N6-220.

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