MyBet Now Licensed to Operate in GreecePublished February 15, 2016 by Florin P
MyBet emerges as a reliable partner for Greek gamblers.
The Greek gambling market is making firm steps towards legalization and there is no shortage of interested casinos and bookmakers. MyBet has just secured a license that allows it to cater to Greek players, which is a major step forward for the gambling operator. The players will benefit from a comprehensive range of products, including poker, casino and sports betting.
MyBet has Secured Greek A.F.M.
The online casino and bookmaker has announced that it has finally secured the coveted Greek A.F.M, which allows it to legally operate within Greek borders. This is an important step forward for the company, but also great news for the players, who can now bet on sports, play casino games and poker.
This is just the tip of the iceberg because the good news keep coming and MyBet will continue its cooperation with Paysafe Greece. This will provide players with immediate access to safe and reliable financial instruments, essential tools for deposits and withdrawals. The website has changed several times and a major overhaul is expected to commence at the beginning of April.
A Springboard to the Greek Market
MyBet has plenty of customers across Europe and its main market is Germany, where it has acquired all the necessary licenses to offer sports betting activities. The company is well positioned to present punters as well as casino fans with access to their favorite types of gambling as well as complementary products. The unified wallet allows quick transfers and players can use the same bankroll to play poker, casino games or bet on sports.
MyBet has a reputation as a competitive and reliable provider, with an advanced branding strategy and the ambition to become a quality leader. The company has a new management, but remains faithful to the same guiding principles that made MyBet well known and respected across Europe.