Leading provider of engaging and entertaining live casino content gets the green light to partner with operators in all jurisdictions covered by the MGA
BETER Live, the live dealer division of gambling content and solutions provider, BETER, has secured a prestigious Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) licence, allowing it to launch its suite of next-gen live casino games with operators in markets around the world.
BETER Live is on a mission to deliver new live dealer experiences across its suite of games, which includes Blackjack, Gravity Blackjack, Speed Blackjack, Roulette, French Roulette, Auto Roulette, Baccarat, Andar Bahar, Bet on Teen Pati and Sic Bo.
The developer has taken an entertainment-first approach to each title and combined this with a high-tech studio environment consisting of HD cameras, powerful microphones and state-of-the-art broadcast technology to deliver a superior player experience.
The company is run by a team of industry veterans with experience at tier one companies such as Playtech and Entain. This has enabled BETER Live to develop its proposition and offer even more value to operators via powerful BI analytics tools, a personalised UI and multi-currency payments.
BETER Live also promises zero downtime, multi-language support, responsible gambling features and a rapid integration time of less than two weeks.
Securing a Malta licence is a major moment for the studio, which has also been certified by BBM, and its ambitions to become the leading provider of live casino content in regulated markets.
BETER has quickly become the industry’s leading provider of high-velocity, fast-paced betting products designed specifically to tap into the psyche of the next generation of players and deliver the thrilling experiences they are seeking.
The company’s verticals span BETER Esports, BETER Sports, BETER Gaming and BETER Live.
Anna Vikmane, Director at BETER Live, said: “Malta is one of the most established and respected gambling jurisdictions in the world so securing a prestigious MGA licence is a milestone moment for BETER Live.
“This enables us to partner with more operators in more global markets than ever before, ensuring that players across the world can access our thrilling and entertaining live dealer content, which also includes never seen before features.
“This is what makes BETER Live a leading content provider and what sets us aside from others in the market.”
Videoslots Granted Key Cyber Security and Privacy Protection Certification
Leading operator awarded ISO 27001 recognition
Online operator Videoslots has attained the ISO 27001 certificate, ensuring the highest level of data protection for its clients and partners in response to the evolving landscape of cybersecurity threats.
In its pursuit of the certification, Videoslots embarked on a comprehensive project including a rigorous assessment of its current security measures and the development of its Information Security Management System (ISMS).
With the importance of safeguarding sensitive information paramount for companies worldwide, Videoslots has now elevated its security protocols to ensure the utmost protection of its data.
The recognition of achieving this standard means that Videoslots and its associated brands have successfully met all the stringent international standards for its ISMS and demonstrates the company’s ability to identify, manage and mitigate information security risks whilst adhering to legal and regulatory requirements.
“By attaining the ISO 27001 certification, we are keeping our data at the highest level of security, reinforcing trust in our brand and bolstering our competitive advantage,” the Chief Technology Officer for Videoslots, David Alamango, said. “It also places us in an elite group of organisations that have made the security of sensitive information a top priority.
“Furthermore, ISO 27001 provides a solid foundation for us to innovate and expand our technological capabilities as we continue to push the boundaries of what is possible.”
BMM Testlabs Is Ready to Perform Compliance in Three Brazilian States that have Authorized iGaming
BMM Testlabs, the world’s original gaming test lab and product certification consultancy, today announced that it is ready to perform compliance testing and certification in the three Brazilian states that have recently regulated iGaming and sports betting; Rio de Janeiro, Paraiba and Parana.
These three states are all in the process of granting operator licenses, which will allow operators to provide fixed-odds sports betting, casino games and games of skill.
BMM Testlabs, as part of its commitment to the Brazilian market, is establishing a local presence to serve the newly regulated Brazilian iGaming markets. BMM Testlabs will provide its full suite of compliance services and solutions including pre-compliance testing, customized security audits, geolocation testing and software quality assurance.
This exciting milestone is the result of BMM Testlabs’ exceptional service to the global gaming industry, its commitment to the Latin America market for more than 16 years and the strong partnerships it has forged with regulators throughout the region.
BMM Testlabs is a trusted independent testing laboratory for compliance services throughout Latin America with offices in Argentina and Peru. The company’s unparalleled understanding of the region’s technical compliance requirements, high-quality product testing and dedicated local customer support services ensures customer confidence in their choice of a testing laboratory.
BMM Testlabs’ Executive Vice-President of Europe and South America, Marzia Turrini (pictured), expressed enthusiasm for the momentum in Brazil and the potential for growth, saying: “We look forward to partnering with operators and suppliers to provide our best-in-class compliance and certification services for this new and potentially huge gaming market in Brazil”.
Vixio PaymentsCompliance Forms Executive Advisory Board
Vixio PaymentsCompliance, a provider of regulatory intelligence to the global payments industry, has held the first meeting of its newly formed Executive Advisory Board. Vixio established the Board to gain expert insight from a cohort of customers across the tech and compliance ecosystem to inform its product development and address challenges shaping the payments industry.
Chaired by Roseanne Spagnuolo, Vixio’s Chief Product Officer, the Board is composed of 10 senior executives and advisors from different segments of the industry, providing diverse perspectives on the market intelligence needs of legal and compliance professionals, strategic and corporate development leaders, and regulatory or government affairs executives.
The founding board members include:
- Jana Breitkopf, Managing Director, Mercedes pay USA
- Georg von Brevern, SVP Compliance and Regulatory Global, SumUp
- Amy Bobrow, Global Regulatory Compliance and Operations, Mastercard
- Sylvie Calsacy, Global Head of Public and Regulatory Affairs, Worldline
- Nikki Eagers, VP, International Payments Risk and Compliance, Elavon / US Bank
- Ronnette Grant, Global Chief Compliance Officer, Google
- Charles Grech, Interim Chief Executive Officer, Truevo
- Ori Kissos, Director of Global Regulatory Compliance and MLRO, Tipalti
- Johanna Vikström, Chief Risk and Compliance Officer, Trustly
- Alison Wheatley, Global Head of Risk and Compliance, Thredd.
“Vixio has earned a reputation over 15 years for the strength of our content and value of our services. The formation of the Payments Executive Advisory Board will enable Vixio to receive unique input from industry experts to help us develop cutting-edge products and content, to support global compliance teams at a time of increasingly complex regulatory change,” Mike Woolfrey, CEO of Vixio, said.
“The PaymentsCompliance Executive Advisory Board will help facilitate a collaborative approach to designing regulatory solutions that directly meet industry needs in an increasingly global payments landscape. We look forward to sharing our collective knowledge and expertise to support the delivery of innovative regulatory tools and content which will help businesses remain at the forefront of their industry in a transparent and compliant manner and in turn better serve their customers,” said Nikki Eagers, VP, International Payments Risk and Compliance, Elavon / US Bank.
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