CTXM Online Gambling Gains Alderney Certification

Published Wednesday, July 29, 2009 - Online-Casinos.com

CTXM the Riga Latvia based software solutions provider has recently been in the news for a few reasons. It announced earlier this month that it will offer 15 new games with various functions. Following the success of XCasino Minigames Suite currently consisting of card and scratch games, video-poker and slots, CTXM has added mini European Roulette.

CTXM improved the navigation of the XCasino lobby adding multiple marketing options. Now players may obtain detailed information at a glance about games and features. New tournament management features are included, adding re-buy and re-entry features. Since 2004, CTXM has developed over 20 titles for PC, XBOX live and iPhone, and has co-published over 100 casual game titles for Central and Eastern Europe.

CTXM and 10Bet have also expanded their association. 10Bet offers a sportsbetting solution to gaming companies that require a managed sportsbook. The solution offers more than 27 types of sport and over 50 betting types on sporting events around the world. The recently signed cooperation deal will allow CTXM to provide operators uncomplicated sports book integration into their sites, thus allowing easy extension of gaming offer with sports betting.

Now CTXM has received an Associate Certificate from the Alderney Gambling Control Commission. The licence will allow CTXM to provide its products and services to online gambling operators working in areas covered by the AGCC. Chief Executive Officer of CTXM, Udy Yosha, said of the acquisition, " Each market has its own specific regulations. In order to meet the needs of our partners working in regulated markets, CTXM plans to continue the licensing process with selected jurisdictions. CTXM is in a unique position, possessing both ISO certification by Lloyds and consistency with SEI's CMMI software maturity model. Our products are tested and certified on a constant basis by Itch Lab, an independent, recognised laboratory. Therefore, we are ready for any changes made by regulatory bodies to controls of the remote gambling industry."

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