GameArt awarded Malta Gaming Authority license
Online casino software developer GameArt has announced its recent acquisition of a Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) license.
GameArt specialises in creating HTML5 slots for online casino operators, mostly in Europe and South America. However, it could not offer its games to MGA-licensed operators because it was not authorized to do so. GameArt has now rectified that by announcing it has been granted a Critical Gaming Supply License (B2B) from the MGA.
The MGA is considered to be one of the world’s most trusted remote gaming regulators. With this license, GameArt’s online slot games can now be supplied to a wide variety of regulated jurisdictions.
Reacting to the news, Nevena Aleksieva, head of sales at GameArt, said: “With the MGA license under our belt, we will proceed to finalise deals with MGA-licensed operators and expand our business in regulated markets even further.”
In the same vein, GameArt CEO Peter Mihelj expressed his delight at acquiring the license.
“We are delighted to have received the B2B License from the Malta Gaming Authority, as it represents a significant milestone in our company’s history,” he said.
“It also confirms our credibility and the quality of our products and services. We are looking forward to building new partnerships with MGA-licensed operators.”
He concluded by thanking the Director of CSB Group, Roger A. Strickland Jr, for his support throughout the application process. CSB Group is a corporate service provider in Malta that helps companies set up or relocate to the European island nation.