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Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) has granted a licence to the live dealer segment of BETER, the provider of next-gen content for sports, esports and live casino solutions which include Blackjack, Gravity Blackjack, Speed Blackjack, Roulette, French Roulette, Auto Roulette, Baccarat, Andar Bahar, Bet on Teen Pati and Sic Bo. 

Anna Vikmane

The licence will allow BETER to offer live casino games and high-tech solutions globally, with a studio environment of HD cameras, powerful microphones and state-of-the-art broadcast technology to deliver an ultimate player experience to the next generation of players. BETER Live promises zero downtime, native-language support, responsible gaming features and multi-currency payments.

Anna Vikmane, Director at BETER Live said that the company has also been certified by BBM. She said “Malta is one of the most established and respected gambling jurisdictions in the world so securing a prestigious MGA licence is a milestone moment for BETER Live” as it will help to deliver the company’s vision and become the leading provider of live content globally. The company’s verticals are BETER Esports, BETER Sports, BETER Gaming and BETER Live.

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