Finnplay Group awarded UK licenses

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HELSINKI, June 2017Finnplay, the Finnish-based open gaming platform provider, today announced that the UK Gambling Commission had granted the company a Remote Gambling Software Operating Licence.

Martin Prantner, chief executive officer of The Finnplay Group, commented: “The United Kingdom market is without a doubt one of the biggest and longest-established licensed jurisdictions in the world, with exacting regulatory standards that are sound, rigid and trustworthy for both players and operators. We are very proud to have been entrusted with UK licenses, to go along with our already pre-existing UK Pool Betting License.

Finnplay Group awarded UK licenses“This will be a significant stepping stone for our company’s strategy of continued regulatory technical compliance and growth opportunities in which we can offer our customers an all-inclusive, serviced gaming product for the UK, with a full array of licensed products across the gaming spectrum including, betting, pool betting, and casino.”

About The Finnplay Group

Founded in 2008, Finnplay provides a handcrafted open iGaming platform with the option to own the source code for the iGaming industry. The gaming platform is compliant in the regulated gaming jurisdictions of Malta, UK, Belgium, Hungary, Bulgaria, Mexico and Curacao.

The platform caters to start-ups, SME’s as well as large established companies looking to replace existing legacy gaming systems or improve them, and includes a huge range of casino games (4000+) from major gaming studios as well as numerous global and localized 40+ payment integrations for operators.

Viral Interactive LTD is the group’s white label multi-channel casino and betting solutions provider and holds a UK Operating Casino License, and a Betting License. is our first brand fully operating under the UKGC license.

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For additional information, please contact
Erkki Nikunen, Finnplay
Phone: + 358 40 71 54 486



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