Winners.bet gets the green light to expand into Malta

Esports operator Winners.bet has been given the green light to begin operations in Malta after it was granted a betting licence from the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA).

Under the conditions of its new licence, Winners.bet will provide the esports community with the chance to place bets on all the major games including League of Legends (LOL), CS:GO, DOTA2, KOG, Starcraft and Rainbow Six.

The esports platform, powered by BetConstruct, will be available in 22 languages, and also comes with Partial, Full and Auto cash out functionality, multiple odds formats, expert risk management and reporting tools to monitor the number of matches streamed each month.

Karine Kocharyan, head of licensing and certification at BetConstruct, said: “Going hand in hand with our partner Winners.bet through the journey of acquiring MGA licence was an exciting experience with a rewarding outcome for our endless efforts.

“We believe that our comprehensive B2B product portfolio will ensure the best client satisfaction to the customers of Winners.bet.”

Users will also have access to relevant news on teams and roster changes, tournament updates via the Win.gg media platform.

Players on Winners.bet will subsequently be able to place bets on more than 500 annual tournaments – averaging out at more than 17,000 games each streamed in 50+ markets – while watching event streams and customising their experience with a number of options.

James Zerafa, Winners.bet’s head of trading, added: “Every decision we make will revolve around the esports community. Whether it be user experience, design, or product, we are making sure it appeals to the esports audience as a whole. We are committed to listening to our users, collecting feedback, and being proactive about it.”

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