Licenses are secured in three European countries

Licenses are secured in three European countries

End 2 End has scored a “hat trick” of iGaming certifications for its bingo platform, clearing the way for it to launch in three European jurisdictions.

BMM Testlabs has given the go-ahead for End 2 End to be offered in several European countries.

End 2 End will be positioning the company for further growth elsewhere as a result of this trifecta.

Alejandro Revich, CEO and founder of End 2 End said, “These three licences represent a major milestone for the business, as we continue to deliver on our growth strategy.”

The licences laid the foundation for future success while simultaneously confirming the platform’s highest standards of quality and performance.

The company is licensed in several countries, including the UK, Argentina and Colombia. End 2 End expects to receive approval from the MAgA in the near future and will soon have seven market certifications, bringing its total to six.

According to End 2 End, Holland, Portugal and Denmark each represent strong growth opportunities for operators wanting to enhance their bingo offering.

The company has more than fifteen years of experience in the sector. It targets land-based, internet, and mixed operators with 75-ball and 90-ball bingo games.

End 2 End is a platform that allows operators to roll out their products on multiple channels.

More operators and Aggregators can enjoy the benefits of the most modern bingo solution available on the market, according to Revich.

The licenses lay the foundation for future success and simultaneously confirm the platform’s highest standards of quality and performance. More operators and Aggregators can enjoy the benefits of the most modern Bingo solution available on the market END 2 END CEO Alejandro Revich

Summary:

End 2 End, an online bingo platform based in the US, has received certifications from BMM Testlabs to offer its product in several European countries. End 2 End is licensed in several countries, including the UK and Argentina. End 2 End CEO Alejandro Revich said that the licences represent a major milestone for the business as they continue to deliver on their growth strategy.