London headquartered slots developer Revolver Gaming has announced that its Lazinco Technologies entity has secured a Maltese recognition notice.
Receiving the notice as a games supplier from the Malta Gaming Authority, it enables Revolver Gaming to provide its suite of video slots and other games to Malta-licensed operators utilising its UK licensed company.
Matthijs Vogelenzang, Revolver’s Malta-based sales executive, commented: “Securing the MGA license helps us to distribute our high quality content to a whole array of new operators and their players. I have no doubt that Revolver Gaming will become a household name across Europe and other markets in the near future.”
Its most recent deal saw Revolver partner with online gaming content aggregator Groove Gaming, adding a variety of titles to its platform in the process.
Striving to deliver extra firepower to in excess of 2,500 already in existence on the Groove Gaming offering, Revolver aimed to deliver an “even broader range of online games” to a plethora of operators currently utilising the platform.
Ryan Lazarus, CEO at Revolver Gaming, added “We are delighted with the seal of approval from the MGA who are one of the most established and trusted regulators in our industry. This is an important milestone for us and we are looking forward to working with our partners in this jurisdiction.”