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The UK Gambling Commission has awarded both remote and non-remote operating licences to online gambling technology provider Chartwell Technology. Additionally, each of Chartwell's senior executives have received personal management licences, the company has announced.
Under the terms of these licenses, the Canadian company is authorised to manufacture, supply, install or adapt gambling software in accordance with the UK Gambling Act 2005: consistent with Chartwell's unique business model of acting as a technical partner to a number of top online gambling brands.
Chartwell's gaming system underwent a thorough certification process by the UK regulatory authority to meet its stringent requirements. The process included both corporate and software certification to ensure maximum security, reporting and responsible gaming functionality. In addition to the operating licences, each of the senior executives at Chartwell has received personal management licenses from the Commission.
"Receiving these licenses from the UK Gambling Commission confirms our dedication to achieving the highest level of probity in the online gaming industry," Darold H. Parken, President and CEO of Chartwell commented. "By remaining development-focused, committed to fair and responsible gaming systems and to corporate transparency, Chartwell is at the forefront of the evolving online gaming regulatory environment."
Source: InfoPowa News