Soft2Bet Enters the Irish Gaming MarketPublished May 3, 2022
Soft2Bet acquires the gaming license from the Irish Revenue Commissioners, allowing brands operating on its platform to cater to Irish players, following previous acquisitions of licenses in Sweden and Denmark.
International iGaming giant Soft2Bet has made the latest move in its European expansion campaign by obtaining a gaming license from the Irish Revenue Commissioners, the regulators in charge of the country’s gaming markets.
The company continues to expand its presence across the continent, after receiving gaming licenses in Sweden back in 2019 and Denmark earlier this year, on top of its existing MGA license which allows it to operate in many of the world’s markets.
The Irish market is yet another highly lucrative one in which the casino and sportsbook platform operator will now be able to conduct business, allowing the 30+ online casinos operating on its platforms to cater to Irish players.
As per regular protocol, Soft2Bet had to undergo the regulatory processes and prove its compliance with the Irish Revenue Commissioners’ requirements, which it passed with flying colors.
The company’s CEO Boris Chaikin commented on the new license acquisition saying: “Soft2Bet is absolutely delighted to secure this Irish license. There’s a rapidly growing iGaming player base in Ireland and we can’t wait to join this extremely promising market at this stage in its development.
“The Irish authorities have made this an incredibly smooth process, providing a positive, collaborative, and helpful dialogue all the way through. We look forward to offering our services throughout the country.”
As the company acquires its Irish license, it moves forward with its global expansion, which is likely to include further licensing efforts and penetration into brand new undiscovered gaming markets in the future.
Soft2Bet’s Fast Expansion Continues
Standing behind projects like CampoBet, ZulaBet, YoyoCasino, and Cadabrus, Soft2Bet is a software provider dedicated to creating gaming platforms that allow operators to run their businesses in a seamless manner and with a lot of success.
The company’s online casino platform features more than 5,000 casino games from over 30 different software suppliers, making it one of the best in the industry and the go-to platform for many new operators looking to enter the business.
Now licensed in several lucrative European markets, and carrying the all-powerful MGA license, Soft2Bet has been able to cater to more than 100,000 customers to date, with more joining its brands every single day.
The company has made it clear that it has no intention to stop its expansion anytime soon, and the acquisition of the Irish gaming license was another step in the right direction for the rapidly growing iGaming giants.