Online casino and gaming services provider Gamanza has secured a B2B online gambling license from the Malta Gaming Authority.
The Malta-based casino content supplier has said that with the license from the MGA the company will now be able to begin distributing its proprietary casino content to licensed operators.
The casino had already struck an investment deal with Switzerland’s land-based casino Grand Casino Baden. The casino was amongst the first to launch online gambling in Switzerland after the new online gaming regulations came into effect.
Gamanza had provided the Swiss land-based casino with content solutions and had helped launch its online casino brand.
Gamanza claims that it has partnered with two more Swiss casinos to help them launch their online gaming platforms in 2020.
Commenting on the license approval from the MGA, Gamanza’s founder and managing director, Magnus Lindberg, said: “This is another huge moment for Gamanza in our journey onto the global stage. We are committed to compliance and regulation so it’s a key milestone for us to obtain the Malta B2B license and we look forward to launching our proprietary games with operators in 2020.”
“Gamanza Studios employs a full squad of producers, designers, animators, mathematicians, developers and sound engineers to create 100 percent original content. We are now in a position to offer our games at competitive rates with a portfolio that includes a variety of new and popular concepts,” he added.
Malta’s gambling regulators have been allowing several gambling operators to operate in its jurisdiction.
Earlier in November, the Malta Gambling Operator granted a license to Soft Construct Ltd. The company trades as BetConstruct.Casino.
Betconstruct had already got its poker license aproved by the gambling regulator in 2018.