BetConstruct enters French market

21 Sep 2017

BetConstruct France dealBetConstruct announced they have secured a French ‘Remote Gaming Licence’ from the national regulator ARJEL (Autorité de régulation des Jeux en ligne).

This is another step forward for the iGaming platform and systems provider, adequately showcasing their continued growth.

Following the licensing approval BetConstruct is allowed to offer full sports betting and platform provisions inside the regulated French betting market.

This is the third supplier license for the Armenian developer, as BetConstruct is already licensed by the MGA and UKGC.

In France, BetConstruct has already secured a new deal, starting with Partuche (Legacy Casino and betting operator).

BetConstruct Regional Director in France, David Ozararat, said: “Being granted a licence by ARJEL is a powerful guarantee of reliability and a stamp of recognition of the strengths of BetConstruct. The French licence will allow our partners to have a privileged access to the French market that has grown 30 percent every year since it was regulated. BetConstruct will remove barriers for operators and allow them to benefit from this dynamic market.”

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