Malta is one of the first countries in Europe to legalise and regulate online gambling. The first Malta Gaming Authority’s licenses were issued in 2000, and since then, the MGA has become a globally recognised regulatory system and one of the most revered gaming jurisdictions.
By securing the B2B Critical Supply License, SoftGamings will instil an even higher level of trust in their partners and hopefully attract new ones who will have the confidence in SoftGamings’ products and solutions.
As a license holder, SoftGamings will now be able to freely supply and manage casino software and solutions, as well as advertise freely across the European Union.
As a result, SoftGamings expects to extend the influence of its market-leading portfolios in the iGaming market, which are already powered by 100+ different software providers and include 3,000+ games. Getting an MGA license is a step in the right direction and is possibly what the company needed to secure some of the industry’s prestigious rewards it was shortlisted for in the past.
Here’s what Irina Sazonova, the director of partnerships at SoftGamings, had to say about the company’s milestone: