In 2013, Gameplay Interactive debuted in the iGaming business. Their primary headquarters are in the British Virgin Islands, with offices in the Philippines and Macau. This appears to be an odd location for a service to be based from the start. This choice, though, is most likely tax-related.
Although the British Virgin Islands are often considered a tax haven, there may be more to this story. The BVI House of Assembly passed legislation making gaming legal in this British Overseas Territory in late 2020. Gaming Interactive is in a solid position to corner the home market. Although licensing requirements are still being worked out, expect this provider to act as soon as a decision is reached.
They only have one actual license from the First Cagayan Leisure and Resort Corporation (FCLRC). This license issued by the Philippine government allows a provider to operate in the Philippines but only offer services to clients in other countries. Given the reputation of this authority, it's reasonable to presume Gameplay Interactive is legitimate. The company's purpose from the beginning was to provide clients with a complete iGaming package.
Punters can use Gameplay Interactive's multi-table platform to play. Each gamer can participate in three different live games at the same time. A multi-table platform is available only from Gameplay Interactive.