The online gambling industry has been met with a great deal of changes over the past year. As more and more countries across Europe decide to legalize the activity, it becomes increasingly difficult for operators to keep up with the regulatory demands of various governments.
However, Microgaming, a leader in online gambling development, has vowed to uphold its dedicated to fair gaming in light of the changing legal climate of the online gambling industry.
In a recent interview, Microgaming executives Chris Hobbs and Andy Clucas stated that they are prepared to keep up with the regulatory changes required, as Microgaming licensees enter new markets. Countries like France are requiring operators to meet a wide range of strict demands, and Hobbs believes that Microgaming is in the opportune position to meet the regulations.
“"Regulated markets are happening,” says Microgaming CEO Roger Raatgever. “Microgaming will be at the forefront of those industry companies who are ready to meet the toughest licensing requirements for their licensees.”
Microgaming helped to establish eCOGRA, a regulatory body which ensures that online casinos are treating all players fairly. The company continues to maintain its dedication to safe and fair gaming, which will certainly put Microgaming licensees at an advantage when entering newly regulated markets.