SOFTSWISS obtains first issued B2B Tobique Gaming license

3 April 2024
(PRESS RELEASE) -- SOFTSWISS, an iGaming software provider celebrating its 15th anniversary in 2024, has obtained the B2B Tobique Gaming License, the first ever issued in the jurisdiction. The Tobique Gaming Commission and Differentia Licensing Advisory Group Limited, a provider and facilitator to gaming companies for international gaming licenses, authorized SOFTSWISS to engage in business activities for one year.
Located in western New Brunswick, Canada, the Tobique First Nation is a sovereign indigenous community issuing online gambling licenses through the TGC under the Tobique Gaming Act of 2023. The license, recognized as the B2B Tobique Gaming License, offers businesses the prospect of international operations, facilitating the establishment of a global footprint. The license covers various categories of real money betting, including sports, casino games and lottery. Its significant advantages include the streamlined application process, reasonable price and quick acquisition.
Yuri Sharapa, Head of Country Projects at SOFTSWISS, comments:
“Acquiring a new license is a remarkable achievement for us, signifying our dedication to offering our clients a diverse range of options. We extend our gratitude to the Tobique Gaming Commission for their trust and stringent standards. We are proud to announce that one of the companies under the SOFTSWISS brand has become the first company to secure the B2B Tobique iGaming License.”
“The DLAG team is pleased to announce that the first Tobique License has been granted. The Licensee is under the tier-1 international brand, SOFTSWISS, in our industry, recognized for its leading products and services. These are exciting times for both the gaming world and Tobique!” adds Graham Martin, Chairman of DLAG.
SOFTSWISS supplies multiple operators under three international licenses: MGA, CGA, and Kahnawake. Additionally, SOFTSWISS has several national licenses and certifications, among which the recently obtained South African License through the acquisition of Turfsport, a leading South African provider of wagering software with 35 years of experience. Additionally, last year, as part of its strategy to enter regulated markets, the SOFTSWISS Casino Platform and the SOFTSWISS Sportsbook obtained GLI-19 and GLI-33 certifications, respectively.