Pragmatic to extend service offering with new Malta approval
Online gaming software provider Pragmatic Play has secured a new Recognition Notice from the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA), enabling it to extend its service offering.
Malta-based Pragmatic already holds an MGA Critical Supply Licence for online casino products, but the new approval will allow it to extend its services to cover bingo and live casino.
Pragmatic can now offer its live casino and bingo products to operators licensed by the MGA. The provider’s entire portfolio of slots, live casino, bingo and other games is available to operator partners via a single API.
“We’re delighted to have passed the stringent criteria required to supply MGA licensed operators and are looking forward to offering our Bingo and Live Casino to the market,” Pragmatic’s chief business development officer, Yossi Barzely, said.
“Pragmatic Play slots have been very popular with players in this territory and we’re excited to offer fresh, exciting new products we hope will become fan favourites in no time.”
The approval comes after Pragmatic last week also revealed that it is extending its services into the regulated Colombian market after rolling out its slot content with local operator Wplay.co.