Tailorbet Awarded Isle of Man Gambling License

Innovation in online sportsbetting platform
Tailorbet has been granted a Network Services Licence by the Isle of Man Gambling Supervisory Commission (GSC).
The company's peer to peer network solution provides an innovative platform for sportsbooks which enables users to customise and create a wide variety of bet types on a range of sports.
The GSC introduced the Network Services licence in 2011.  It is a universal licence that easily allows for pooling of operators' players, being a single, comprehensive licence for all B2B and B2C activity where network partners are able to join the network from anywhere in the world.
David McKenzie, chief executive officer of Tailorbet said: "We wouldn’t want to base such an exciting operation anywhere else. The Isle of Man boasts top tier ICT infrastructure, easy access to London, a flexible licence regime, and more. The relationship between Government and the E-Gaming industry is one of openness and pro-active support, whilst the robust licencing process inspires confidence in the integrity of the sector and the regulatory regime”.
Ray Davies, Head of Business Development for e-Gaming at the Department of Economic Development, added: "We are delighted to welcome Tailorbet to the Island. It is exactly the sort of innovative operator we seek to attract and the latest chapter of an impressive period of growth for the sector".