Malta-based sportsbook provider Soft2Bet has officially been granted a Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) licence for two brands within its portfolio: CampoBet and YoYoCasino.

The company says the licence “is a significant footprint for these two projects in the world of online gambling, permitting them to function throughout the width of multiple new markets”.

The recently granted license will enable each of these two operators to proceed with offering gaming content such as slots, live casinos, and rewarding jackpot options across the MGA-regulated jurisdictions.

Boris Chaikin, CEO of Soft2Bet, noted: ‘’We are more than pleased to announce that both CampoBet and YoYo Casino have joined our MGA-licensed operator lineup, following a largely notorious variety of other first-rate brands.’’

‘’Having taken this step forward, these two brands will receive complete credibility as reliable betting and casino operators. Therefore, we are incredibly proud to have acquired this prime industry-established gaming license that complies with EU regulations and laws.’’

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