10Bet Receives Malta Gaming Authority LicencesPublished October 11, 2016 by Mike P
10Bet’s casino and sports brands are now licensed in Malta, which will let even more players enjoy access.
10Bet has taken a major step forward by acquiring new remote gaming licences from the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA). From this point forward, 10Bet has MGA licences for the provision of its online casino and sports betting brands.
This investment of time, resources, and considerable effort means that 10Bet will now be present in even more markets. Crucially, the MGA licences mean that 10Bet will have access to most European gambling markets, covering major and minor areas alike.
MGA Licences and Classes
In terms of the licences, 10Bet was awarded Class I and Class II from the MGA. The Class I licence will be used to cover the operator’s casino games, while Class II has been obtained for the purpose of providing sports betting facilities.
For reference, a Class III to promote and/or abet remote gaming, with Class IV used to host and manage remote gaming operators. Through these four classes, the MGA is able to meet the needs of major online gambling businesses from all over the world.
This will be hugely beneficial for 10Bet, as the MGA is up there with some of the world’s most trusted and highly respected online gambling regulators for ensuring players get safe and fair gaming experiences.
What 10Bet Players Will Get
At 10Bet Casino, players will have a state-of-the-art site packed with table games, live dealers, progressive jackpots, and video slots – all with mobile accessibility. 10Bet Casino has had some major slot releases in recent times, including heavy-hitters such as Game of Thrones, Jurassic Park, Guns N’ Roses, and Motörhead.
With 10Bet Sports, players will have access to thousands of events hosted all over the world, covering the likes of football, tennis, boxing, MMA, American sports, and much more. For added convenience, players can even use the power of in-play betting to make the most of sudden changes in a particular event.