The Isle of Man has been licensing online gambling operators for 20 years and has established itself as one of the most respected and trusted regulators in the world. Over time, we have fine-tuned our framework so that it is powerful, yet nimble, so that it can keep pace with the fast-moving nature of the sector.
The ‘Virtual TT in association with Motul’ is coming to ITV4 in an hour-long special, due to air on Wednesday 17 June from 7pm.
Growing up in the ‘90s on a digital diet of video games, I played every title I could get my hands on. If I was not at home playing on that year’s must-have console, I had a Nintendo Game Boy in my back pocket for some on-the-go Tetris or Pokémon.
The eighth and final gamer taking part in the Virtual TT is Alex Petrov from Moscow, Russia.
Introducing our seventh gamer: Sara Leghari. Sara is originally from London, but is currently living in Staffordshire where she is studying esports.
Louis Porter is the fifth gamer taking part in the Virtual TT. Louis was born and raised in the Isle of Man and has been an accredited TT photographer since 2014!
In May, Strategic Partner Lead at Digital Isle of Man, Abby Kimber spoke with Intergamingi magazine to discuss the global outlook of the eGaming industry, the impact of COVID-19, and the current focus of the agency.
The fourth gamer taking part in the Virtual TT is another Isle of Man local, Sam Tipper. Sam works in Business Development at Isle of Man-based Bitcoin exchange, CoinCorner.
The third gamer taking part in the Virtual TT powered by Motul is Aaron Hislop.
Next up we meet Stefy Bau - a racing legend in her own right, with a string of motocross championship titles under her belt, including three World Championship titles! She is now...
In the run up to our 'Virtual TT powered by Motul' programme we will be chatting to the eight gamers who will be joining forces with eight professional TT riders...