Online casino and bingo players who use Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) sites, will be able to access a new range of games, following a deal announced this week.
Major games developer BetConstruct, has earned the approval of the MGA to provide its range of live casino titles to all operators and B2C providers that hold MGA licences.
According to a statement from the company, it sees Malta as one of its main locations for igaming, and that the new deal would help the firm to expand its presence. Speaking about the regulatory approval, the Head of Licensing and Certification at BetConstruct, Karine Kocharyan, said that it had been in the pipeline for a while, and that it would be a boost for the firm’s progress:
“Still, this milestone is another firm step made to strengthen our live casino and its game development that sees no limits in inspiration and creativity.”
The new accreditation will make it possible for the company to provide its client base with a new element to their online gaming provision.
The company, which is based in Armenia, now has the permission of the MGA to offer four times of gaming product: casino games, fixed odds sports betting, poker and games of skill, which includes fantasy sport products. The successful licence acquisition from Malta also comes just a few weeks after the company gained the green light from the UK Gambling Commission (UKGC) to be able to offer its virtual sports betting products to UK residents.
At the time of that licence award, BetConstruct said that it was an important step that would enable them to offer third party companies access to virtual sports. Virtual sports, along with live casino products, have been the main drivers of the company’s expansion in recent months.