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Sportsbetting platform group Metric Gaming has announced that they've been granted a gaming license through the Malta Gaming Authority, allowing them to provide their services to other businesses.
The licenses in a Class 4 type, which means that the software can be distributed to operators, who can use it to power their books. The software allows punters the chance to place wagers on different events throughout the globe. Metric is already licensed in the UK, and they're looking to expand into new markets.
Commenting on the licensing Metric Gaming CEO Martin de Knijff said, "Securing this licence from the MGA is an important step in Metric's evolution from a start-up to becoming the disruptors-in-chief of an industry ripe for disruption.
"We have been thrilled by the market's reaction to our multi-tenant Sportsbook proposition, particularly from Malta-based operators. In the coming days we will announce the first Malta-based Sportsbook brands that will be launched using our Modulus platform over the next few weeks."
As of press time we don't have a list of the operators that'll be using the platform.