GoWild prepares for UK launch having gained UKGC licensing

Itai Zak, GoWild

A relaunched GoWild Gaming is preparing to enter the UK online gambling market have been granted a Remote Gambling Operating License by the UK Gambling Commission (UKGC).

The news of GoWild’s UK market entry follows a busy H1 2017 period for the operator, in which the company opened offices in Malta and launched its new services utilising its proprietary in-house built GoWild HERO gaming system.

The relaunch of GoWild services has been led by industry technology and operations veteran Itai Zak, who was appointed last July. Updating stakeholders, Zak detailed that he was pleased that GoWild had secured licensing provisions in the UK which has ‘ one the most demanding regulators in the world.’

“With a strong focus on expanding in regulated markets, licensing by the UK Gambling Commission is welcome news to GoWild,” commented Itai Zak, CEO at GoWild.

“The UK is one of the biggest, oldest, and most respected gaming communities in the world, and operating there will allow us to increase our exposure, reach new audiences, and improve the local gaming experience. We look forward to opening our virtual doors in the UK, and successfully serving the local gaming needs.”

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