Dunia Becomes First Regulated Online Operator In Africa

Dunia, operating under the iplay8 brand, has become the first online casino and games operator to be regulated in Africa after it was approved by the Government in Tanzania – the continent’s only regulated online gaming market.

The new online gaming website is now live on the Quickfire platform, which is powered by internet gaming software provider Microgaming.

“This is a completely new venture for us therefore it was important that we partnered with a reliable and highly experienced gaming provider,” Dunia’s director, Costa Giannakopoulos, said. “We couldn’t be more delighted with our decision to choose Quickfire; they have been a critical component in the development of our online business.”

Following the approval of Dunia in Tanzania, Quickfire now provides its gaming solutions in a total number of 24 regulated jurisdictions worldwide.

Ashley Sandyford-Sykes, head of Quickfire, added, “The introduction of our 24th licensed jurisdiction highlights Quickfire’s global reach and augments our position as a leading supplier of gaming content, worldwide.”

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