Internet Vikings, a premium cloud hosting provider with an established presence in Malta, has announced that it has joined iGEN, a not-for-profit organisation set up to represent iGaming based in Malta.

Remarking on the collaboration, Peter Ekmark, the CEO of Internet Vikings, who has had a presence in Malta for over a year, says, “we have long recognised Malta’s unique position as the iGaming capital of Europe, and through our investments here have strived to contribute to the advancement of the online gaming sector.”

“Likewise, we applaud the significant value iGEN has added to this field since its inception. By increasing our collaboration with other key industry stakeholders through this new cooperation, I am certain it will be greatly beneficial for all the parties involved and that together we can do much more for our industry,” he continues.

Enrico Bradamante
Enrico Bradamante

Meanwhile, on behalf of iGEN, Chairman Enrico Bradamante notes, “I am delighted to welcome Internet Vikings, the leader in hosting services, domain portfolio management and marketing solutions, to iGEN. Our iGaming industry association is growing from strength to strength, and Internet Vikings is an important extension to the value chain represented by the association, and this will ensure an even broader perspective and more complete discussions with internal and external stakeholders.”

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Peter Ekmark / Internet Vikings

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