Gaming Realms Achieves Alderney Licensing

Share price up almost 8 percent on news that subsidiary Bear Group has been awarded category 1 and 2 licensing

London-based and AIM-listed online gaming group Gaming Realms plc has announced that subsidiary Bear Group Limited has been awarded a category 1 and category 2 e-gaming licence by the Alderney Gambling Control Commission in the Channel Islands.

The announcement triggered an almost 8 percent rise in the company's share price.

Gaming Realms chief executive Patrick Southon said in a statement that the new license "…gives Gaming Realms the platform to target the UK market with a new range of innovative gambling products and expand into other regulated jurisdictions internationally."

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