Markor Technology

Markor Technology granted a B2C bookmakers license by the Gibraltar regulator  

Global multi-product and multi-licensed PAM and aggregation platforms products and solutions Markor Technology, has announced it has recently been granted a license by the Gibraltar’s regulatory body to offer B2C bookmakers services.  

The news represents a significant step forward for Markor Technology as the company moves ahead with its strategy to make its products and services available to customers in regulated markets and will enable the company to further increase its appeal by adding a new vertical to its portfolio. 

Having acquired a B2C bookmakers license in Gibraltar enables the company to connect with a wide range of prospective clients and helps Markor Technology to establish itself as an experienced and reliable provider of gaming content and services. The company also boasts a talented senior management team who have over a decade’s worth of experience between them and a growing workforce of 80+ employees worldwide. 

Founded mid  2020, Markor Technology is headquartered in Gibraltar, with offices in India, Malta, and South Africa. The company provides a comprehensive multi-product vertical and multi-licensed PAM system, which can be tailored to both self-serviced or managed solution, that allows operators to efficiently and effectively run all aspects of their online businesses. In addition, it has a game content aggregation platform that boasts over 5,000 titles from leading suppliers.  

Melissa Summerfield, Chief Executive Officer at Markor Technology, said: “Markor Technology prides itself on being able to offer multi-licensed products and services to customers in regulated markets worldwide, and our newly acquired B2C bookmakers license adds yet another string to our bow. 

“We will further press on with our strategy of becoming a  leading provider of one-stop-shop solutions for operators across the iGaming industry and establishing our brand as a modern, agile company that’s capable of servicing customers across a wide range of product verticals.”