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Canadian betting group FansUnite Entertainment has announced that they've obtained two gaming licenses from the Malta Gaming Authority which will allow the company to provide their services to betting operators that also hold a Maltese license.
The licensing will allow FansUnite to provide their sportsbetting services to operators, while also enabling the company to produce their own brands for the European market. The company specializes in producing a platform to facilitate sports wagers, and the group also has an eSports betting platform to provide clients with.
eSports has become a growing vertical, as younger bettors enjoy watching people play video games in tournaments.
Commenting on the approval FansUnite CEO Scott Burton said, "Having spent years building our technology to a global standard that is desirable by international regulatory bodies, we were able to meet Malta's extremely stringent and rigorous technical, software, and corporate audits and qualify for two separate licences.
"With the approval in hand, we will look to continue executing on our growth strategy, by collaborating with new partners in Europe in order to distribute our sports and esports betting platform along with our RNG casino game titles to an expanded customer base."