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Internet betting platform group BetConstruct has announced that they've begun offering poker games to clients after they were sanctioned by the Malta Gaming Authority.
The poker game product has been sanctioned for both B2C (business to customer) and B2B (business to business) verticals. The group already holds licenses through the island jurisdiction to offer sportsbetting, skill betting, and casino products to operators. The company currently partners with Betsson, Royal Panda, LVBet, and more.
Commenting on the licensing BetConstruct CEO Vigen Badalyan said, "We are very pleased to secure Online Poker Licence as a result of the continuous development and improvement of our software. Meeting high technical standards of MGA, we now offer to build on high game profiles and attract maximum player numbers with our Poker Software. European operators can take full advantage of our system providing increased levels of protection for novice players from losing their bankroll to far more experienced players and advanced game functionality including multi-table play for professional players."
The company will begin porting their poker games to clients in the near future, with the titles being live soon after.