Vivo Gaming Receives Approval in Isle of Man
Vivo Gaming has announced that three of its live casino studios have passed audits carried out by Gaming Laboratories International (GLI), which means that the provider may now distribute its certified products to licensees of the Isle of Man Gambling Supervisory commission (GSC) and boost its presence in regulated markets.
The company has already reached a deal to go live with its first operator in the Isle of Man, Ableton Prestige Global, bringing its games to more players in both Europe and Asia.
GLI is one of the most respected independent testing authorities in the industry. The company carried out audits of Vivo Gaming’s live studios in Colombia, Bulgaria, and Cambodia. Having passed the audit, operators and players can be sure that Vivo Gaming upholds high standards of fair play and that the games are compliant with regulations in multiple jurisdictions.
It is a big step forward for the provider, which currently operates more than 60 live dealer tables and supports 150 customers. The tables include baccarat, blackjack, roulette, poker and craps, and the games are available in more than 27 languages and 178 currencies, including cryptocurrencies.
Following the GLI certification, Vivo Gaming will also be able to supply its live casino product to operators in the Colombian and Argentinian markets. However, the Isle of Man approval opens up a far larger number of operators, as it is one of the most respected and fastest growing regulated jurisdictions in the world.
We are delighted to have successfully completed the audit process of three of our studios with flying colours. This allows us to open the first regulated live casino offering on the Isle of Man, which is a huge milestone for us as a company and will take us to the next level as we rapidly grow our regulated footprint. The Isle of Man is booming as a jurisdiction and I know our thrilling package of globally facing content will strike a chord with all our new customers.
The vice president of Sales, EMEA, at GLI, James Illingworth, said that the company “enjoyed working” with Vivo Gaming and that they hope it will be the “the first step to further growth for both Vivo Gaming and the jurisdiction of the Isle of Man”.