BetGames.tv, Lithuania-based developer and provider of live video-streamed casino games, announced that it has been granted a Remote Gambling Software License by the UK Gambling Commission, which would give the gaming supplier the opportunity to provide its live games to the UK gambling market.
This approval means that TV Zaidimai Ltd., owner of the BetGames.tv brand, is fully compliant with the terms of the Gambling Act 2005 and is also capable of serving gambling operators that provide gaming options in the UK.
Commenting on the latest announcement, Aiste Garneviciene, Chief Operating Officer at BetGames.tv, said that being granted the Remote Gambling Software License further strengthens their reputation, also noting that they have reached an important milestone and that providing their services and options in the UK is a new era in the brand’s development; one that would lead to higher expectations and standards.
The official pointed out that BetGames.tv is prepared to start providing its product offering of live casino gaming content to UK-facing gambling operators. Mrs. Garneviciene added that the UK market is extremely important to the brand as it would help to build its future growth.
BetGames.tv has been specialising in providing live casino gaming content to international gaming operators that offer land-based, online and mobile gaming options to their custmers. Companies from Lithuania, Russia, the Netherlands, Albania, Italy and many more have been opting for the brand’s casino products.
Streamed live from BetGames.tv’s studios, the live casino games are said to be simple and adrenaline-packed gaming products. Mrs. Garneviciene commented that their main goal was to provide players from around the world with content that did not require them to be experts or to know the rules in detail in order to play.
Options provided by BetGames.tv combine traditional betting with popular lotteries and table games. Gambling customers can play dice, Lucky 5 and Lucky 7, Wheel of Fortune and even bet on baccarat and poker. BetGames.tv is also to launch the War of Bets game in the near future.
BetGames.tv will be showcasing at the upcoming SiGMA event in November. If you would like to come and see BetGames.tv and other exhibitors, click https://maltaigamingsummit.com/register/ to register. Early bird offer is available until the end of May.