SBC News iSoftBet gains UKGC Level 3 Certification

iSoftBet gains UKGC Level 3 Certification

UKGC2014online and mobile games supplier iSoftBet is pleased to announce that its entire gaming portfolio has successfully achieved full UK Level 3 certification from the UK Gambling Commission.

iSoftBet acquired its UK continuation licence in November 2014, after which it was allotted a 12-month period to bring its gaming suite to level 3 compliance for the UK.

The supplier was able to meet the requirements laid out by the UKGC within the deadline, thus allowing the supplier to continue to provide an uninterrupted service to its range of prestigious UK-facing business partners.

Following the release of iconic titles such as Neon Reels, the iSoftBet game collection has gone from strength to strength, providing customers with an unmatched variety of original titles, branded slots and stunning mobile content. This landmark move for the company will, without doubt, provide the supplier with an even stronger foothold in the industry, and further enhance its reputation in an increasingly competitive market.

Speaking about the supplier’s latest achievement, iSoftBet Compliance Manager Mark Halstead said: “Level 3 compliance accreditation for our entire product suite marks an excellent step in iSoftBet’s commercial development; bolstering our ongoing drive for unmatched quality and signalling the start of an excellent period of growth for iSoftBet.”

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