Following the Gibraltar subsidiary of US gambling supplier Bally Technologies application, the Alderney Gambling Control Commission (AGCC) has granted them a core service associate e-gaming certificate.

The AGCC described the category as applicable to “...an entity (other than a Category 2 eGambling licensee) to whom a Category 1 eGambling licensee transfers customers, or allows them to be transferred, for the purpose of that entity effecting gambling transactions with the customer or arranging for those customers to gamble with others”.

Earlier this year Bally bought Chili Gaming’s B2B igaming platform showing a growing interest in entering the online gambling market as a supplier. Consequently, the company has also requested a Gibraltar licence for setting up servers on The Rock.

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