Iceland-based company Betware, a leading developer of interactive gaming solutions, recently received a certification for the application process of general licenses in Spain for its gaming platform.
The company’s platform underwent tests performed by BMM as part of the new gaming regulations recently implemented in Spain; the tests are now a mandatory requirement for each gaming operator applying for a general license.
BMM International’s European laboratory, BMM Spain, has been accredited to test and certify iGaming platforms for the Spanish Gaming Authority. BMM’s detailed evaluation process revealed that Betware’s Central Regulatory Storage (CRS) system complies with requirements set forth by the regulator. This ensures that Betware´s CRS is the appropriate solution for any operator applying for a license in Spain.
Stefan Hrafnkelsson, Betware CEO, explained, “For over 15 years Betware has been focused on providing top quality products that follow the strictest regulations set forth by authorities. Our major goal is to offer products that allow our customers to focus their efforts on marketing and selling games to their players with Betware ensuring all regulatory requirements.”
Betware’s CRS system captures all required data and can be easily accessed by authorities, without any interference or slowing down gaming operations. It was designed to ensure the compliance with any additional future regulations thus lowering any new investment costs and operational costs for the operator.