Over 100 enquires in 21 days and several applications

According to Andy Garrett, director at Digital Jersey, Jersey’s position as a tier-one eGaming jurisdiction has garnered over 100 enquires in the three weeks since its launch and the Jersey Gambling Commission is already processing several license applications.

Both B2C and B2B license applications are in progress, Garrett confirmed, and the island has received queries from digital business that include the option of relocation.

“That Jersey eGaming has achieved so much interest in just 3 weeks is a clear indication of the quality of what the Island has to offer the eGaming industry, and also the industry’s appetite for a fresh cost-effective jurisdiction which combines legislative innovation and solid experience,” Jarett said.

“It’s clear the momentum around Jersey eGaming is continuing to grow, and Jersey can provide the whole package for eGaming companies from world-leading Listing/IPO purchase possibilities, to expert legal advice and excellent technology services.

“Our message is that Jersey is well and truly open for eGaming business, and has all the resources to be the next global hub for eGaming operations.”