Pragmatic Solutions, one of the industry’s leading iGaming technology platform providers, has secured a United Kingdom Gambling Commission Remote Operating License and is clearly committed to promoting their services in the UK market.
The licence was granted by the UKGC under Part 5 of the 2005 Gambling Act and enables the well-known technology of the iGaming platform to manufacture, distribute, supply and instal its gambling software and also to provide its technology solutions to operators licenced in the UK.
Pragmatic leaders, who recently teamed up with BlueRibbon to drive interaction, say that securing this licence is another significant milestone in the company’s strategic growth. They claim that securing this licence reflects their dedication to achieving the highest level of technical compliance.
Pragmatic Solutions’ CEO, Ashley Lang, commented on the announcement: “This is yet another important milestone in the strategic development of Pragmatic Solutions as a leading technology provider to the regulated iGaming industry. Obtaining a licence from the UK Gambling Commission is not only critical to the ability to grow our business in the UK, but also further demonstrates our commitment to meet the highest technical and compliance standards of the industry worldwide.”
Lloyd Lemmon, Head of Legal and Compliance for the company added, “The Gambling Commission is widely regarded as having the highest standards for regulation, player protection and social responsibility, so we are proud to have obtained this approval for our business.”
The firm is a sister of Pragmatic Games, the leading content provider. It offers enterprise SaaS network technology for operators built around a core platform for Player Account Management. It also provides a content management system that enables operators to connect to a wide variety of content, payments and gateways from third parties.