VANCOUVER: Fandom Sports Media Corp. has received its Curacao Internet Gaming License for the Right of Use Offshore Games of Chance and Wagering, a news release said.
The sub-license has been granted to the Company’s subsidiary Fandom Esports Curacao N.V. Under the terms of the license Fandom is able to market, promote and offer their games of chance to all jurisdictions other than those explicitly forbidden under the terms of its license, namely: USA, UK, France, Spain, Australia, Netherlands and certain other Dutch affiliated jurisdictions.
Together with counsel, Fandom Sports continues planning for other license regimes. The Company will continue to expand it’s global foot print enabling Fandom to promote its proprietary wagering platform in most of the excluded jurisdictions listed above.
Esports global gambling revenue is set to double to US$14 billion in 2020, according to new research from global consumer surveyors 2CV and market analysts Prodege MR. David Vinokurov, CEO of Fandom Sports states, “We are pleased to have been granted this Curaçao eGaming license. Curaçao is recognized as one of the world’s leading iGaming jurisdictions and this License authorizes Fandom Sports to deliver real money next generation online gambling to Esports enthusiasts.
Licensed Esports betting companies have a high implied value in line with their ability to create meaningful and relevant ROI for their shareholders. We similarly look forward to continuing on our current growth and ROI focused strategy.”“PLAY. PREDICT. GET REWARDED.”Fandom Sports Media is an Esports entertainment company that aggregates, curates and produces unique fan-focused content.