BeyondPlay, a B2B start-up company specializing in developing next-generation engagement software for online operators, has been granted a Remote Casino Host and Gambling Software License by the UK Gambling Commission.
The license is a significant milestone for BeyondPlay, as it allows the company to offer its community-oriented products to real-money gaming operators in the UK. Additionally, thanks to the new license, this ever-growing casino software developer will further expand its reach and secure a better position in the industry.
The brand’s multiplayer product offers a variety of features that go beyond standard responsible gaming requirements. These features include low-stake and community-pooled betting, spectator mode, and time-outs, which provide players with a safe and enjoyable environment.
Having made this significant achievement, BeyondPlay is now focused on securing licenses in Ontario, Sweden, and various US jurisdictions.
Karolina Pelc, Founder, and CEO of BeyondPlay said: “This stamp of approval marks a momentous occasion, as BeyondPlay will introduce new and thrilling gaming experiences, offering unparalleled entertainment value and community play for real-money gaming operators in Great Britain. Our Multiplayer product boasts an array of features that exceed standard responsible gaming requirements. These features include low-stake and community-pooled betting, spectator mode, and time-outs, which ensure that players can enjoy the product in a secure and enjoyable environment. We are extremely grateful to the team at Harris Hagan and our investors for their advice, cooperation, and support throughout what has been a detailed and thorough qualification process, especially given the evolving nature of the product and investment structure of the business.”
BeyondPlay has already established partnerships with four tier-one partners, including Casumo, ComeOn Group, LeoVegas Group, and Soft2Bet, with rollout scheduled throughout Q2 and Q3 of 2023.
The start-up has also secured a group of strategic investors, including venture firm Bettor Capital, who have acquired LeoVegas Group’s initial 25% shareholding in BeyondPlay. This investment has yielded a 73% return for the Group’s investment arm, LeoVentures, in under two years.
The brand’s success is rooted in its portfolio of community-oriented products that transform solo game sessions into captivating multiplayer entertainment experiences.
‘’BeyondPlay secures licence from the Gambling Commission’’, europeangaming.eu, April 3, 2023.
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