Isle of Man Licence Granted to Mahjong Logic

Published Monday, January 04, 2010 -

Mahjong Logic has been a leading provider of software for the ancient game. Now it has received a licence for it's Mahjong network from the Isle of Man jurisdiction. The Swedish based company is very excited about this development and is expected to be able to now expand it's offerings in Europe and beyond. The Isle of Man licence is one that is not that easy to obtain with it's strict requirements and regulations. The licence was obtained within a twelve week period complying with the stringent online gaming standards and player protection rules applied to every applicant.

Jonas Alm, Chief Executive Officer, of Mahjong Logic, said, “We are proud and delighted to be awarded the Isle of Man gaming licence. We applied for the prestigious Isle Of Man licence because it represents the highest standards of jurisdictional control in the gaming industry,” adding, “We have several customers lined up and in the coming year we hope to grow our business with a genuinely innovative gambling offering.”

The Head of e-Gaming Development at Department of Trade and Industry on the Isle of Man, had this to say about the application from Mahjong Logic, ”I am delighted that Mahjong Logic has chosen the Isle of Man and I look forward to seeing the company flourish and grow on the island. This was a professional and well presented application from a company with an exciting future ahead of it and is further proof that quality gaming companies find the Isle of Man successful in creating the right environment to do business from. We look forward to a relationship where we welcome the company to the Isle of Man family of gaming companies and look forward to assisting Mahjong Logic with its future growth.” Mahjong Logic offers several gaming options to accommodate all types of players. Players can choose from real money games or practice play tables. In the real money experience customers can choose between two separate cash games and a realistic tournament style game. All cash game types can be played with 2, 3 or 4 players. Seven million people play Mahjong worldwide.



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