OneTouch awarded Malta B2B software licence

| By Josephine Watson

Mobile-first games developer OneTouch has been awarded a B2B software licence from the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) enabling it to roll out its content to a wealth of tier one brands within the rapidly growing jurisdiction.

The B2B ‘Critical Supply Licence’ is a milestone moment for one of the rising stars of the slot and table games market as the industry enters one of its busiest periods and operators look to refresh their casino offerings in the run up to Christmas and the New Year.

OneTouch, known for its portrait games, feels it has had a strong 2019 launching a string of new table game titles including High-Hand Hold’em, Baccarat Supreme, and the world’s first portrait mobile version of Andar Bahar, one of India’s most popular card games.

This year has also seen the developer launch its first slot titles including Sumo Showdown, Lucky Lion and Golden Stripe, a game the company feels is idela for the Asian market whose 1×3 stepper slot-style adds a sense of uncomplicated elegance as players try to match symbols.

In an exclusive partnership with Premier League football team Watford FC, OneTouch also developed a branded slot game for last year’s FA Cup finalists.

In addition, OneTouch has signed a series of 2019 commercial agreements with content aggregators such as BetConstruct and QTech enabling its games to be distributed to a vast array of brands and new and established markets.

Ollie Castleman, head of marketing, OneTouch, said: “Gaining MGA licence approval is a milestone moment for the business and gives us a huge opportunity to rapidly grow our footprint on the island with some of the industry’s biggest names.

“We have some stunning new products in the pipeline and we’re really excited to be able to offer them to tier one brands in Malta.”

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