True Lab, the new online casino games provider within the True Flip group, has been awarded a Critical Gaming Supply licence by the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA).
The licence means that Malta-based True Lab can provide its casino content to partners in Malta and across other regulated markets in Europe.
“We are targeting audiences looking for new, more engaging bonus features, as well as high quality visuals,” explained Konstantin Katsev, the co-founder of True Flip group. “These are so-called millennials, as well as more seasoned players looking for independent new content with authentic maths.”
He added: “The MGA permit marks a new level of our development and follows our general focus on regulated markets and players’ protection.
“The past year has brought us lots of challenges, but it ended with our casino games vertical totally re-imagined and re-branded. True Lab has acquired its first aggregation partners, and moves on to shine brightly in 2020. Therefore, we’re open for meet-ups at the upcoming iGaming shows.”
True Lab’s growing portfolio already includes titles such as Victoria Wild and Mining Factory – a slot popular with crypto adopters. It also covers alternative games such as Magic Dice, Chain’s Code, Tony’s Reel, Pirate Bay, and Robby the Illusionist. The HTML5 titles are available throughout True Lab’s partner network.
The next game to come, confirmed Katsev, is Startup Valley – a 3×5 slot including more advanced features such as different characters to choose from, and a new way of collecting experience points during the game.
In Q1 2020, True Lab will also present more classic slots with a focus on mobile users, while it is expecting to announce a version of its provably fair lottery Flip’s Star, complete with a cross-platform jackpot, at some point later in the year.