Online casino gaming fans in Europe will soon be able to enjoy a wider range of casino content following a new regulatory approval from a leading gaming regulator.
The casino games and online gaming platform developer Gamanza has concluded a busy year for the growing company by ending 2019 with the approval of the Malta Gaming Authority for its B2B service.
The firm already has connections to Malta, but they have been aiming for some time to earn more regulatory approval that will enable them to distribute their casino gaming content to licensed gambling operators, and the new licence approval caps a year of new developments.
At the start of 2019, Gamanza was able to confirm that the Switzerland land-based operator Grand Casino Baden had made a significant investment in their operation. They subsequently debuted JackPots, the Grand Casino Baden’s online brand, which was one of the first online casino sites launched in the newly regulated Swiss market.
Following that strong start to the year, Gamanza has struck deals with two more land-based operators in Switzerland, with the intention of launching their online brands during 2020.
Speaking about the latest regulatory approval, the founder and managing director at Gamanza, Magnus Lindberg, said that it was a big moment for the firm and for their ambitions of making an impact in the global betting market:
“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.”
Lindberg said that the company is proud to produce completely original online gaming content, with their own teams of designers, developers, sound engineers and animators, and that they are now able to offer their portfolio of games to a wider range of operators.