s part of Bingo Palace's licensing process, Parlay Entertainment was required to demonstrate that its software complies with Alderney's rigorous operating requirements and high standards of regulation. The acceptance of Parlay software for operation within Alderney - a UK white listed' jurisdiction - comes in addition to Parlay's existing gaming licenses and certifications in Malta, the United Kingdom and Isle of Man.
Alderney's Head of E-Commerce Development, Robin Le Prevost said: “It has become quite clear that Alderney is attracting more than our fair share of the world's leading bingo operators. Parlay and Bingo Palace were obvious omissions which we are delighted to see rectified. Alderney's unbeatable combination of forward looking regulation, fabulous technical infrastructure and an unmatchable commercial environment takes us to new levels as an eGambling jurisdiction. Parlay and Bingo Palace are very welcome additions to our growing stable of first class operators and software developers.”
Peter Trinz, Senior VP for Parlay Entertainment said: “We're pleased that Parlay's software has been approved for operation within Alderney, which is quickly becoming home to some of the world's best gaming brands. Azul Europe is already well established with its Bingo Palace brand, and their new home in Alderney will give players in the UK the confidence that goes along with a safe, secured and trusted jurisdiction.
“The approval is also further validation of Parlay's industry leadership position,” continued Trinz. “Remote gambling operators can now run Parlay software in any one of Europe's top tier white listed jurisdictions.”
Parlay Entertainment will also participating in the forth-coming Online Bingo Summit to be held at the Royal Kensington Gardens Hotel in London on June 17-18, where they will be presenting their latest software, Parlay 5.