In a strategic move to solidify its status as one of the leading game market players, Lottomatica Group filed for five Interactive Gaming Service Provider licenses from the Nevada Gaming Control Board. Among the applicants for Service Provider and Manufacturer are SPIELO International USA, SPIELO International Canada and SPIELO International Austria, all subsidiaries of Lottomatica as well as Boss Media AB and St. Minver, subsidiaries of the GTECH G2 business unit of Lottomatica.
Lottomatica Group is a world leader in providing the technology operators and providers need in order to conduct gaming online. The Group operates in lotteries of different sorts, interactive games, multiplayer games and online betting solutions as well as many other technologies that are growing by the day in the online gaming industry.
In recent years, Lottomatica has been developing its iGaming strategy for the US as SPIELO was previously granted licenses in Nevada while GTECH additionally took on commitments to develop online sites for both California’s Barona Band of Mission Indians and New York’s Seneca Nation of Indians. Together, with a solid vision of future growth, Lottomatica Group is ensuring that the world of online gaming for US based companies and players is becoming a bit brighter.
Nevada has always been the world’s leader in the gaming industry. Circumventing legislation and drafting the commercial footprint that would serve as the standard for online gaming, Nevada was the first state to adopt rules allowing companies to operate poker websites in its own state. But, online gaming is moving across the US in a state by state fashion. Some licenses are granted while others are denied.
The battle is that online gaming and online gaming software has to be able to detect money laundering, fraud and other criminal activity that could take place in online players’ accounts. Having positioned itself as one of the world’s leaders, Lottomatica is poised to provide such gaming software. Lottomatica, an Italian based company, has been providing advanced technology in this field since it was founded in 1990 and it hasn’t stopped growing since, as noted by its recent acquisition of Gtech in 2006.
The recent applications for Nevada state licenses will help the company move forward in its mission and vision as well as help the online gaming industry move forward. “SPIELO International and GTECH G2 are names that are trusted in regulated markets around the world. We have an established track record as providers of end-to-end gaming products to more than 1,500 customers on five continents,” said Walter Bugno, President and CEO of SPIELO International. If approved, the licenses will ensure that future customers as well as existing customers will both benefit from Lottomatica’s excellence in its ever growing line of iGaming products and services.