The permit will enable Spribe to offer its portfolio of games and content to more operators covered by MGA licences.
Spribe offers a range of ‘Turbo Games’ including Aviator, Mines and Dice, with each game of these built for mobile play, while the developer also has a series of skill games including poker, backgammon, bura, seka and domino.
“This will significantly increase the reach of our games, allowing us to work with more operators and to provide their players, and especially those in the Millennial demographic, with a unique, exciting and thrilling online casino experience like no other,” Spribe managing partner David Natroshvili said.
“The Spribe team has worked incredibly hard to get to this stage and to secure approval from the Malta Gaming Authority and armed with our licence we will continue to deploy or ambitious growth plans for this year and beyond.”
The new licence comes after Spribe last week also announced plans to launch its content in Great Britain for the first time after it secured a licence from the GB Gambling Commission.
The licence enables Spribe to roll out its content with operators that also hold a permit to offer online gambling in Great Britain.