Jelly Entertainment has received regulatory approval for its proprietary platform from both the Gambling Commission (GC) and the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA).
With a game host licence in the United Kingdom and a recognition notice in Malta, the supplier will now have full control of its proprietary technology development and delivery schedule.
These licences pave the way for fostering innovation in platform features and new in-game mechanics as well as bolstering tailored support for operators. It additionally ensures system reliability and security as the business transitions to the next stage in its journey.
Jelly’s platform and game content is already certified in accordance with the technical requirements of the Gambling Commission and Malta Gaming Authority and also supports the regulatory requirements of regulators in Sweden, Denmark, Italy and Portugal, as well as multiple other markets.
Having already forged a reputation for successful gaming content, its soon-to-launch titles include CleoPatrick, Midas Riches and Wicked Riches of Oz. Operating since 2020, Jelly is driven to create immersive, supercharged, omnichannel entertainment. In this way it can reach players wherever they are, whenever they want to play and in any channel they choose – casino, retail or digital. Its manifesto is built on its restless spirit of entrepreneurship; a strategy to differentiate its slot design and delivery by adopting a balanced mix of evolution and revolution.
David Newstead, CEO at Jelly, said: “We are really pleased to see our efforts recognised by another leading authority and our notice of recognition by the MGA is an exciting step forward as we continue to propel ourselves from challenger brand to the ranks of full-service B2B supplier.
“Our thanks to the Gambling Commission and Malta Gaming Authority for helping us to achieve another important step on our journey, and we’re looking forward to seeing our titles land in a number of lobbies across Europe and beyond soon.”