Thursday February 28,2013 : ISLE OF MAN LICENSING NOD FOR TAILORBET
 
B2B and B2C operations covered
 
Online sports betting network solutions provider Tailorbet Limited has achieved Network Services licensing from the Isle of Man jurisdiction's Gambling Supervisory Commission.
 
The licensing includes all business-to-business and business-to-consumer activities for the pooling of operators’ players and will allow partners to join from anywhere in the world.
 
Tailorbet CEO David MxKenzie claims his island-based company offers a genuinely innovative move in the sports betting scene, providing players with facilities empowering them to create customised bets against other players from a variety of sports books and networks, and bringing casual users together with regular players with a product that appeals to both.
 
“The Isle of Man boasts top-tier information and communications technology infrastructure, easy access to London, and a flexible licence regime, McKenzie said Thursday.
 
"The relationship between government and the i-gaming industry is one of openness and proactive support while the robust licensing process inspires confidence in the integrity of the sector and the regulatory regime.”
 
Ray Davies, head of i-gaming business development for the IOM Economic Development Department said Tailorbet was the sort of innovative operator the island jurisdiction wants to attract.