Casino software and games developer iSoftBet has announced its intension to expand its list of services to the Malta market after they were able to secure a B2B software licence from the Malta Gaming Authority. The new licence will give the supplier the chance to start providing more than 100 of its games to tier-one brands that are also licenced by the MGA.
The approval will impact software provides with games on iSoftBet’s Game Aggregation Platform, with those that currently own an MGA gaming licence or letter of recognition being able to continue supplying their content. The supplier now holds licences in 16 regulated markets across the world, which includes Alderney, Belgium, Estonia, Croatia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Portugal, Switzerland, and the UK.
Mark Halstead, compliance manager at iSoftBet, stated that Malta was a key milestone for them, and they are delighted to have gone through the licencing procedure with flying colours. He added that the new licence enables them to extend their relationships with existing tier one customers, as well as gain access to a wealth of new clients.
Earlier in the year, iSoftBet also expanded into the Czech Republic after it a greed to a deal that would see them support the Czech state lottery operator Sazka with the launch of its new online casino product. The supplier also brokered a partnership to provide a range of online slots and table games to the OPAP-controlled GML Interactive, operator of the Betano and Stoiximan brands.
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