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Soft2Bet’s Frumzi casino brand receives MGA licence

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Casino and sportsbook operator group Soft2Bet has received a Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) licence for its Frumzi casino brand.

The online casino brand’s new licence allows it to launch to customers across MGA markets, with a selection of slots, live casino and jackpot games.

The site’s Pay’n’Play registration option provides instant deposits and withdrawals via Trustly, which Soft2Bet said significantly enhances the safety and convenience of the site for end users.

Soft2Bet’s portfolio of brands has continued to integrate content from a range of suppliers in recent months, the operator said, as well as making a number of additions to its portfolio including travel-themed sportsbook brand Betinia.

“We are thrilled to announce that Frumzi has become the latest world-class addition to our MGA-licensed operator portfolio, joining a hugely popular selection of premium quality brands,” Boris Chaikin, chief executive of Soft2Bet, said.

“Recent weeks have demonstrated the strength of our compliance credentials, having netted a prestigious PCI DSS certification, and there will be plenty more to come throughout the rest of the year.” 

The operator was also granted a licence by Swedish gambling regulator Spelinspektionen in December 2019.

It first launched its Yoyo Casino brand in the jurisdiction in March 2020, and subsequently launched its CampoBet brand in the Swedish market in July.

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