Boris Chaikin

Malta-based casino and sportsbook platform provider Soft2Bet has gained a Malta Gaming Association licence for two of its brands, Campobet and YoyoCasino. The licence will enable the brands to offer their solutions to operators within a number of European territories.

Reacting to the news, Boris Chaikin, CEO of Soft2Bet, said, “we are delighted that YoyoCasino and Campobet have been launched under the MGA licence. This allows us to operate in a number of new markets, which is a huge milestone for us as a company and will take us to the next level as we rapidly grow our regulated footprint.”

“Our portfolio of cutting-edge casino and sportsbook brands appeals to an impressive range of audiences, and this will help us to further extend its reach across the globe,” he continued.

YoyoCasino features several of the brand’s most popular games, including Divine Fortune Megaways, Bonanza Megaways and Starburst, while CampoBet, which is among Soft2Bet’s top performing brands in Europe, includes an impressive roster of casino games as well as bespoke sports betting options, providing an all-in-one entertainment experience.

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