Sportito strengthens European expansion with Maltese licence

Sportito strengthens European expansion with Maltese licence

Thursday, August 31, 2017 Posted by James Walker
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German DFS fans will be among the first to enjoy the company’s European expansion

Daily fantasy sports (DFS) operator Sportito has strengthened its expansion in Europe by acquiring a gambling licence from the Malta Gaming Authority.

Out of the several countries in which the licence permits operation, Sportito has chosen the German market in order to provide a game-changing DFS platform to the nation’s passionate fantasy sports fans. The company has launched a new domain,, to serve its expanding markets.

Since launching in the UK with a Gambling Commission licence in 2016, Sportito has come a long way, building a fast-growing community of dedicated fantasy sports players who enjoy the platform daily.

Over the last year, Sportito signed partnership deals with two English football clubs, Burnley in the Premier League and Fulham in the Championship, reaching an audience of more than 1.5 million fans in total. 

Sportito get the chance to withdraw their winnings with the instant payout option. Integration with leading payment gateway provider, SafeCharge, assures secure transactions to the users.

Additionally, a recent collaboration with Boku provides player with the ability to make deposits via mobile. Sportito is the first DFS provider to offer this advanced technology in the European market.

Discussing the new Malta licence, Sportito CEO Riccardo Mittiga told “Fantasy sports players in European market prefer playing on different sports and leagues. We are offering Sportito to them to fulfil all these options.

“Sportito will go live in several more countries in Europe with the Maltese licence, and there’s a lot in store for Sportito in the coming days. We are a customer-oriented company and we do our best to best to become the best daily fantasy sports provider in Europe.”

Totally Gaming says: Since launching in the UK last year, Sportito has underlined its commitment to the DFS sector by offering players the best possible experience and seamless customer journey. The newly-acquired Malta licence will usher in a new chapter of European expansion for the company – starting with the sports-hungry German market.


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