Global Gaming gains Estonian Vision with EMTA licence

Joacim Möller – Global Gaming

Stockholm-listed Global Gaming has confirmed that it has secured an Estonian Tax and Customs Board – EMTA Licence, allowing the firm to participate in the nation’s regulated online gambling marketplace.

The firm’s Estonian application has been granted through its corporate subsidiary Safe Ent Ltd, allowing Global Gaming to operate and promote its flagship Ninja Casino brand within Estonia.

Further to its update, Global Gaming confirms that the Estonia EMTA Licence will allow the company to operate its PayNPlay service, allowing quick registration and direct access to Ninja Casino’s online gambling inventory.

Confirming Global Gaming’s Estonia licence, Group COO Mark Wadsworth detailed  “Working closely with the regulator gave us an opportunity to show that our solution offers the highest level of responsible gaming by getting a KYC report on each player.”

Updating investors, Global Gaming Chief Executive Joacim Möller stated that Estonia would form part of the firm’s ongoing new market expansion, having secured its Stockholm Nasdaq IPO in early 2018.

“The fact that regulated markets accept and approve our solution sends a strong signal. Following our recent licence awarded by the Maltese Gaming Authority (MGA), we continue to evaluate opportunities in other jurisdictions and we are looking forward to launching Ninja Casino in Estonia in the near future.”

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