SBTech gains Italian ADM certification launching NetBet.it

Screen Shot 2016-09-04 at 16.39.49Sports betting platform and software provider SBTech has informed the market that it has successfully passed its compliance review by the Italian Agency for Customs and Monopolies (ADM), allowing for the firm to provide online betting provisions for the regulated Italian market.

Confirming its ADM certification, SBTech has moved to launch its first Italian sportsbook in partnership with European operator NetBet, announcing the launch of NetBet.it.

SBTech governance was pleased to have gained its Italian market accreditation launching its first sports betting services within the region, as Chief Executive Richard Carter, stated“Passing this notoriously difficult test is a vital step towards our goal of offering our award-winning Sportsbook in regulated online gaming markets globally. Our strategic relationship with NetBet continues to go from strength to strength, and will be further strengthened by this entry into the Italian market”.

Entering the Italian regulated market, NetBet was pleased to further its existing partnership with SBTech, which services its sports betting provisions within the markets of the UK, Malta, Romania and Greece.

Alain Boccara, CEO NetBet Italy commented: “This achievement opens up a new chapter in our ongoing relationship with SBTech. The company’s skill and professionalism in meeting literally any challenge is the reason we are proud to be powered by their platform.”

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