CasinoBeats Malta: MGA licence “opens doors” to Synot success

CasinoBeats Malta exhibitor Synot Games has attributed its rapid European growth to a “well balanced combination of licences” which formalise the quality of its casino games.

Speaking ahead of this month’s event (24-26 March), the company’s CEO Ivan Kodaj said that acquiring a Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) licence was the strongest driver for new European integrations in 2019. Synot Games content is now live in 21 countries across more than 100 operators.

He explained: “The MGA licence opens many doors. Our main goal of targeting tier 1 operators has been a success thanks to a well-balanced combination of licences and certifications, combined with the strong quality of products that we create. 

“Big praise for this should also go to our Malta office which, by cooperating with local partners, has created a strong advantage and developed closer relationships for the company.”

Synot Games is hoping that its “simple yet established recipe of unique graphics” will resonate with delegates at CBM, where it will also be arriving with a couple of new casino titles. 

“We are excited to be present at the CasinoBeats Malta 2020 expo,” said Matej Sopóci, Product Manager at Synot Games. “We hope to become one of the key exhibitors. Our stand will not only present the best of our current offering but also introduce a couple of new titles to the table. 

“Our simple, yet established recipe of unique graphic and top notch sounds is appreciated by our players and partners alike. From our newest titles we will present Rock’n’Roll Rooster, Aladdin and the Golden Palace and Fruiti XXL. We are also bringing with us an eagerness to meet up with our business partners to deepen existing partnerships and discuss new opportunities.”

Kodaj concluded: “It’s always a pleasure to cooperate with Casino Beats. Synot Games’ presence at the CasinoBeats Malta expo became an inseparable idea for us. Each meeting with our old and new partners is beneficial as it deepens the professional relationships on a local basis. The great energy and momentum this expo brings to our development is astonishing.”