Greentube Online Gambling Solutions Moves to Alderney

Published Friday, October 01, 2010 - Online-Casinos.com

The online gambling solutions provider Greentube has decided to move to another regulator of the industry and be licensed by the Alderney Gambling Control Commission.
The Channel Islands AGCC is an independent non-political regulating body empowered to perform regulating activity in regards of online gambling games under the Alderney Gambling Law. The commission that was set up in 2000, has a reputation for being a leading online gambling jurisdiction. AGCC is a member of the Gaming Regulators European forum and the International Association of Gaming Regulators and participates regularly in dialogues with other regulated jurisdictions.

Greentube, is an Austrian company and a subsidiary of Astra Games, part of the Novomatic Group and is one of a number of companies that are looking at become part of the Alderney Gambling Control Commission.
The choice of licensing and regulatory commissions is getting more competitive and those located close to the European market such as Alderney are become more and more desirable.

The island’s e-gambling director of e-commerce development, a Guernsey native, Robin Le Prevost commented on Greentube wanting to be licensed in Alderney, "What is significant for us with Greentube is that it is the beginning of a steady wave of interest from European-based companies. Historically, European-based companies have wanted to be based and regulated in the EU but I think they are starting to see the advantages of having an international base like ours. We are on the cusp of Europe, but not part of the EU, and have a world-leading telecommunications infrastructure they can rely on."

Greentube is a leading full service provider in the online gaming and gambling segment and a pioneer in the development of gaming solutions. The company has been recently awarded the EGR B2B Award in the category “Skill Games supplier of the year”.
Greentube as one of the globally leading high-quality providers.

 

 

 

 


 

 

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