A leading online content and gambling platform provider has revealed an expansion that will see it launch a new site on the Mediterranean island of Malta.
IsoftBet gained a licence from the Malta gaming authority 2 months ago and has now confirmed that it will be opening a new base on the island.
The new IsoftBet office will be situated in the North Business Centre in the city of Sliema. The base will house the fast growing IsoftBet data team, together with a team of local account supervisors who will then have the ability to work directly with the company’s Malta based customer base.
The chief commercial officer at IsoftBet, Michael Probert, said:
“2019 has been yet another record year for the business and to round it off with both MGA licence approval and the opening of a new office ahead of Malta’s most important gaming event is very pleasing.”
Probert said that his firm regarded Malta as a key jurisdiction and that they were pleased to become a permanent part of the Malta business community. He emphasised that he felt the company had a bright future on the island.
The new IsoftBet premises will open at the same time as the company is launching some key games. They will shortly be debuting a game called Aztec Gold Mega Ways, which is the first Mega Ways title rom the company, along with Hot Spin Deluxe, the second instalment in their Hot Spin series.
IsoftBet holds certificates to supply games in 16 regulated markets around the world and boasts a roster of over 150 games of its own as well as more than 4500 titles provided through its game aggregation platform. According to reports, software companies that provide games through IsoftBet will still be able to supply gaming content as long as they hold an MGA gaming license.