majjistral-park-sunset - Majjistral.org

As part of a wider effort to champion the environment, iGaming European Network, more commonly known as iGEN, embarked on a clean up of the iconic Majjistral Nature and History Park together with one of its member organisations, Internet Vikings.

In line with its ethos of “keeping the planet’s best interests at heart”, Internet Vikings shared that “caring and responsible living are two of the main principles” which it follows.

Internet Vikings is a Swedish-based solutions provider established in 2008, offering a full suite of services such as hosting solutions across the most relevant gaming jurisdictions, domain names and marketing solutions in the field of brand protection.

Globally, companies around the world – from large and small – have progressed in line with the latest push for the corporate world to place more importance on sustainability, quality of life and well-being. The iGaming community is no different.

Being a global company, Internet Vikings has offices in Sweden, Malta and Ukraine, with over 70 employees making up the Internet Vikings family.

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Majjistral Nature and History Park / Majjistral.org

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