Casino content supplier BetConstruct has got a live casino supplier license from the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA). The gambling regulator approved the license for Soft Construct Ltd, which trades as BetConstruct.
With the license approved, BetConstruct will now be able to supply live casino content to licensed operators in Malta.
The company had earlier secured a poker license by the MGA in October 2018.
Commenting on the strategic development, Karine Kocharyan, head of licensing and certification at BetConstruct, said: “The long-awaited accreditation granted by the Authority widens the path of our operation and the outcomes are yet to be enjoyed.”
“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.”
Earlier this year in April, BetConstruct became one of the first software developers to be granted a new Software Suppliers Licence from the Isle of Man Gambling Supervision Commission (GSC).
Last month, the Malta Gaming Authority granted a B2B technology license to gaming content supplier iSoftBet. With the license, iSoftBet will now be 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.”