Betsoft Gains Official Sanction to Operate in Both Spain and Colombia

badge Betsoft Network of Games is now available in Spain and Colombia

Betsoft has managed to succeed in growing its global network as the company has now unlocked access to two more countries. They can now launch their newly developed games suite in both Spain and Colombia.

Passing the regulator’s ISMS Audit means the company has approved itself to operate within the country, providing for operators its games. Not once, but twice did the software provider succeed in this milestone over the coming week. The European market for Betsoft has already grown exponentially over the past five years, and Spain has joined its ranks.

The way the ISMS Audit works is that it covers all areas of a business to ensure absolute dependability, mainly looking at the internal workings of its system and details. This is so they can ensure that everything that makes up the company protects confidential information, game integrity, available services and defendable from threats or cyber-hacking. Security is the most important detail so they must be promised complete safety when letting a new profitable business in their country. The process is operated by iTech Lab, who tests gaming companies all over the world.

Both the Spanish and Colombian jurisdictions have been looked after by iTech Lab to assure that Betsoft will uphold everything it has promised in order to continue operating in these areas.

The Marketing Director of Betsoft Gaming, Annamaria Anastasi, issued the following statement regarding the news of this expansion:

“We are proud to have completed such a rigorous process via iTech Labs. This certification allows us to build on our regulatory foothold within Colombia, and further serve our partners within this region.”

A similar statement was made about the Spanish market as well, earlier in the week. This shows that Betsoft is more than happy with its promise in serving both countries in the world of online gambling.

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