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Merge Gaming is about to give its partners a choice from which to operate. That is because online gambling software provider Merge Gaming Network announced that it has applied for Remote Gaming Licenses from the Malta Lotteries and Gaming Authorities.
The licenses are reportedly a Class 3 and Class 4 remote license, which would allow the company to set up gaming exchanges such as poker rooms, peer to peer gaming, as well as allowing its software to be hosted from within Malta.
If the licenses are granted, Merge would allow its partners to choose between Malta and Kahnawake regulation.
According to Anthony Taylor, Chief Executive at Merge Gaming, " "After much research and analysis I am completely confident that the Malta Lotteries and Gaming Authority are the right licensing partner for us in the European region.
"We are excited to be able to offer this additional licensing option to our operators and European players as part of our ongoing commitment to make the Merge Gaming Network the premier poker destination for online players.
"We are continuing to increase our network offering for our European players, which has included adjustments to our tournament schedule and continually adding regionalised payment options for various European countries. With more sites on the Network making Europe their primary focus we believe the Malta license will help drive further Network growth."