An international Isle of Man Software Supplier License (B2B) has been granted to Pronet Gaming, an iGaming platform provider, enabling it to extend its iGaming services into Asian markets.
Following a period of substantial infrastructure investment for Pronet Gaming, this license was issued by the Isle of Man Gambling Supervision Commission and negotiated by consultancy Amber Gaming. With this investment, the company has been able to realign itself and better serve its operator clients across Asia and beyond.
Amber Gaming’s managing director, Jade Zorab, enjoyed helping Pronet Gaming with the software license procedure. She emphasized the advantages of the Isle of Man software license in addition to Amber Gaming’s excellent licensing and consulting services.
Pronet Gaming was welcomed to the thriving ecosystem of Digital Isle of Man by Tara Leneghan, Strategic Partnership Manager, who also highlighted the island’s alluring package, which includes a solid and developed licensing structure and a welcoming gaming environment.
Pronet Gaming’s CEO, Alex Leese, acknowledged his company’s happiness at obtaining the prestigious Isle of Man software license, highlighting its significance as the company expands its relationships with operators and other parties throughout Asia. According to Leese, Pronet Gaming’s accreditation validates the company as a reliable global partner, facilitating crucial collaborations necessary for business growth.
Pronet Gaming has seen rapid growth, offering platform solutions for casinos and sportsbooks to several operators worldwide. The company is now able to tailor its products for the Asian market thanks to the huge IT, personnel development, and new office expenses that came with this growth. Marketers in Asia will be able to provide localized products to their customers thanks to Pronet Gaming’s services, which will give them a major competitive edge over rivals.
Original story by: IAG
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