Betixon has been granted a B2B recognition notice by the Malta Gaming Authority, which permits the slot developer to integrate its full suite of games with Malta-licensed operators.

Lauded as a “major milestone” by the firm, it continues a strategy of striving to secure partnerships with operators in regulated markets around the world, and adds to the UKGC and ONJN licenses already held, as well as certifications in the UK, Lithuania, Romania, Estonia, Italy and Colombia.

The developer is also in the final stages of launching the first slot in its flagship Fortune Breakers series, which promises to take visuals, audio and gameplay “to the next level,” especially when games are increasingly being played from smartphone or tablet.

Lior Cohen, co-founder and CTO of Betixon, said: “The Malta Gaming Authority is one of the most prestigious and respected regulators in the world. To be awarded a recognition notice is a huge honour and proves our games are meeting the highest possible standards.

“Our plans for growth are geared heavily around regulated markets and we have identified Malta and Malta-licensed operators as having huge potential for Betixon as we continue to work through our game roadmap and launch our Fortune Breakers series over the coming months.

“This is a big moment for us, and we look forward to doing incredible things now that we have secured licenses in key regulated markets.”

Last month, the mobile-focused casino games studio announced that it had received a casino software and games host licence from the UK Gambling Commission.

Betixon, which is aiming to make “a name for itself as a rising star within the igaming industry,” is targeting a charge into a number of globally regulated markets