Two months after iSoftBet secured a licence from the MGA, the content and platform provider has confirmed it is opening a new Malta hub.

The office is located in the North Business Center in Sliema and will house iSoftBet’s rapidly expanding data team alongside local account managers who will be able to liaise directly with Malta-based customers.

Michael Probert (pictured), Chief Commercial Officer at iSoftBet, said: “2019 has been yet another record year for the business and to round it off with both MGA licence approval and the opening of a new office ahead of Malta’s most important gaming event is very pleasing.

“The new office will enable us to grow and develop our data team who are crucial to the long-term success of the global business, as well as get closer to our clients and work side-by-side with them to grow their casino and gaming operations,” continued Probert.

“Malta is a key jurisdiction for iSoftBet, and we’re delighted to become a permanent fixture within the business community with a great presence and a bright future.”

The new hub opens as iSoftBet launches some key releases, notably the forthcoming Aztec Gold Megaways – the first Megaways title from iSoftBet – and Hot Spin Deluxe, the second instalment of the Hot Spin series of games.

iSoftbet is certified in 16 of the world’s largest regulated and emerging territories, with a portfolio of more than 150 proprietary titles and in excess of 4,500 games on its Game Aggregation Platform.

The software providers available on iSoftBet’s GAP will continue to supply their content if they hold a MGA Gaming Licence or letter of recognition.