Gaming content and services provider iSoftBet has confirmed a new office in Malta after they were awarded a B2B license from the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA).
The company confirmed that they would be opening the new office this week before the start of the sixth SiGMA iGaming conference.
In a statement to the press, the company said that they are preparing to “launch some of its most important titles of the year, with some of those being Aztec Gold Megaways, the first Megaways title by the major supplier, and Hot Spin Deluxe, the highly anticipated sequel of its hit slot Hot Spin.”
Commenting on their Malta entry, iSoftBet Chief Commercial Officer Michael Probert said that the new hub will enable them to “grow and develop our data team who are crucial to the long-term success of the global business” and to “get closer to our clients and work side-by-side with them.”
Last month, iSoftBet was granted a B2B technology license by the Malta Gaming Authority following which it is now able to supply its online and mobile gaming content to licensed operators in Malta.
The casino and betting content supplier termed the award of license as “a key regulatory landmark.” It is looking forward to capitalizing on the host of opportunities that follow as “number of brands are investing heavily in the area, pursuing a mix of established and fresh content for the iGaming industry during the busiest time of the year.”