Babylon Gaming have been granted a new software suppliers licence from the Isle of Man Gambling Supervision Commission, in addition to becoming the first software supplier to list its products on the GSC game register.
SMP eGaming has played a key part in assisting its client, Babylon Gaming Limited, in becoming the first software supplier to have its gaming products listed on the Isle of Man Gambling Supervision Commission (GSC) games register, which went live on 30th August 2019.
Inclusion on this register means the games and products covered by the Software Licence can be integrated with IOM licensed operators with no additional testing certification required.
SMP eGaming was also instrumental in supporting Babylon through the licensing process, and is one of the first companies to be granted a new Software Suppliers Licence from the Isle of Man GSC.
For Babylon, one highlight will be the improved convenience and speed at which licensed operators can integrate Babylon Gaming products. This in turn will facilitate greater cooperation with operators globally and will help broaden Babylon’s reach into iGaming markets around the world.
Matej Knez, owner of Babylon Gaming, said: “At Babylon, we always strive to achieve the highest possible standards and by receiving this licence from the Isle of Man Gambling Supervision Commission, we believe this validates our efforts and shows that we are able to deliver a market-leading product to our partners.”
“Being listed on the GSC game register is a big achievement for us as it means that we can integrate with Isle of Man licensees faster and more effectively than ever before which we believe will allow us to continue to drive growth in new and established markets around the world.”
Jade Zorab, Head of Corporate Development at SMP Partners, said: “We are proud to have supported Babylon Gaming through the software licensing process and we’re delighted that they are now able to take the next step towards global growth. With this licence, they will now be able to unlock the benefits of being an Isle of Man software licensee and being listed on the game register.”
Tony Ure, Head of eGaming at the Isle of Man’s Department for Enterprise, said: “The Isle of Man continues to establish itself as a leading eGaming jurisdiction with its Software Suppliers Licence and game register. We are proud of the credibility that our licences offer to software suppliers and I am delighted to see Babylon Gaming taking advantage of this.”