Casino News: Business to Business Gaming Licensed by Isle of Man

Business to Business Gaming Licensed by Isle of Man

 August 9, 2011, 4:32 am (6 years ago)
One of the valued online gaming authorities worldwide is the Isle of Man. Several times it has supervised in the hosting of various online games. Now to incorporate business-to-business services this authority is increasing its process. They have provided a new web of service license in accordance with the 2001 Online Gaming Regulation Act.


Garth Kimber, chief of Isle of Man eGaming division said "The license required is stated by the kind of business to business dealings of a company which follows and is inclusive of all the gaming actions ranging from poker to sportsbook and is engaged in the same process."

In almost 84 days, the levels of license are processed. Every operator needs to pay 5,000 pounds with the cost of license, which is 50,000 pounds per annum. This added category makes it clear that the Isle of Man is now offering every sort of license required in the gaming industry thereby positioning the territory at the same league as in the foremost of the gaming authorities, which includes companies who are looking forward for providing with the gaming service for other companies.



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