At only six years old, Multilotto continues to expand their reach into emerging markets with casino and lottery product offerings. The St Julian’s, Malta company who offer access to EuroMillions, EuroJackpot, MegaMillions, Powerball and seven other leading lotto products has most recently been granted a Remote Gaming License from the Republic of Ireland National Excise License Office.
Looking beyond their base Nordic market, Multilotto plans a big year for 2017, potentially tripling their current workforce to maintain the growth.
Thomas Biro, chief executive of Multilotto, said of the recent licensing coup: “2017 is proving to be a big year for us and we look forward to making several more major announcements in the coming months.
“Multilotto.ie is the choice for customers who want an accessible and simple way of playing lotteries from around the world and we’re very pleased to bring this exciting offering to the Irish market,” according to Linkedin data and a post on iGaming Business.
Multilotto announced in March that they had been granted a Class 1 on 4 Remote Gaming License from the Malta Gaming Authority.
Multi Brand Gaming holds a Class 1 on 4 Remote Gaming License from the Malta Gaming Authority and a Remote Gaming License from the Republic of Ireland National Excise License Office.
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