Metric Gaming expands into Malta with class 4 licence

Multi-tenant B2B sports betting software provider Metric Gaming has been given the green light to expand into Malta after gaining a Class 4 licence from the country’s regulator.

The licence will allow Metric Gaming to distribute its products and services to customers operating from across Malta after gaining the approval of the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA).

Speaking about the successful application, Metric Gaming’s CEO Martin de Knijff said: “Securing this licence from the MGA is an important step in Metric’s evolution from a start-up to becoming the disruptors-in-chief of an industry ripe for disruption.

“We have been thrilled by the market’s reaction to our multi-tenant Sportsbook proposition, particularly from Malta-based operators. In the coming days we will announce the first Malta-based Sportsbook brands that will be launched using our Modulus platform over the next few weeks.

“We’ve spent the last three years and significant capital developing an organization and product proposition capable of solving the biggest challenges facing the B2B sector of our industry. We are excited to be showcasing the modern capabilities of our multi-tenant platform and each customer will benefit from near total product autonomy from the rest.

“We are confident this unrivalled degree of customisation paired with our superior sports betting products and features will deliver real leapfrog ability for our customers over their rivals.”

Earlier this month, Metric Gaming entered a strategic partnership with US sports odds compiler Sports IQ to build and launch a full suite of next generation US sports betting products.

Metric Gaming and Sports IQ will team-up to develop a one-stop solution for the major US pro-leagues (NFL, NBA, MLB and NHL), delivering an optimal ‘simple price feed’ for US wagering incumbents.

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