We are thrilled to launch a new generation and dimension of game services out of Alderney. This becomes the central liquidity solution for all our licensees, as well as the platform for a number of exciting remote gaming services open to all operators," said Perry Malone, Parlay's Chief Technology Officer. "The Parlay5 based pan-European capabilities that this enables are unmatched by any other technology platform provider."
The granting of the full eGambling License comes after Parlay's software for operation within Alderney was accepted last June. The application required the company to demonstrate that its software complied with Alderney's rigorous operating requirements and high standards of regulation. Parlay also has existing gaming licenses and certifications in Malta, the UK and the Isle of Man.
Robin Le Prevost, Head of E-Commerce Development for the Alderney Gambling Control Commission, said: "We are delighted to welcome Parlay to Alderney, we continue to see a substantial migration towards Alderney by many of the world's best gaming brands who recognise that as an international base Alderney has no equal as a safe, secure and trusted jurisdiction supported by a world class technical infrastructure and commercial environment."
"Parlay Game Services Alderney represents an important new strategic direction for Parlay," added Parlay CEO Scott White. "Building on our industry leading technology platform, PGS will offer value-added solutions including hosting services, shared games and pooled liquidity across the entire European marketplace."