Nevada's SHFL Granted Online Gambling License From Alderney

Published Wednesday, December 12, 2012 -

SHFL entertainment, Inc. formerly known as Shuffle Master is a gaming supplier based in Nevada USA announced recently it has obtained an unlimited Category 2 electronic Gambling license from the Alderney Gambling Control Commission. Among other gaming supplies such state-of-the-art, value-added products now includes the interactive sector of the firm which features online versions of SHFL entertainment’s table games, social gaming, and mobile applications.

Alderney’s Director of eCommerce Development, Robin Le Prevost commented on the license, “Alderney regulators have worked extremely hard over a number of years to create a center of excellence for the regulation of online gambling,” Le Prevost continued, “That hard work is amply rewarded when companies of SHFL’s caliber elect to be licensed and regulated by Alderney as a key location for their online activities. SHFL joins an ever-growing community of the world’s leading online operators and service providers, which has established Alderney as the leading jurisdiction for online gambling. We welcome SHFL and wish them great success with this new venture.”

This granted license from Alderney’s gambling Control Commission will let SHFL directly offer the proprietary table games it is well known for including Let It Ride, Casino War, Three Card Poker, and Ultimate Texas Hold’em as well as its business too business applications in regulated European jurisdictions. SHFL’s Chief Executive Officer, Gavin Isaacs, commented on the growth potential that the license will afford the company, “We are excited to expand the reach and exposure of our growing online content portfolio, which includes some of the most compelling table game brands in the world,” Isaacs, continued, “By enabling us to house our recently acquired equipment at a data center in Alderney, this license allows us to be physically closer to the data centers of many of the world’s leading online gaming operators, resulting in better performance and closer content integration.”

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