Spribe says that it has gained “full credibility as a trusted igaming supplier” and lauded a “major milestone” for the company, as the group reflects on licence approval from the Malta Gaming Authority.
Striving to drive the global reach of its games during the coming months, the green light from the regulator permits the firm to offer its games to more operators across an increased number of markets.
David Natroshvili, managing partner at Spribe, explained: “This is a significant moment in our journey to becoming one of the top casino content creators in the market, allowing us to partner with Malta licensees for the first time.
“This will significantly increase the reach of our games, allowing us to work with more operators and to provide their players, and especially those in the millennial demographic, with a unique, exciting and thrilling online casino experience like no other.
“The Spribe team has worked incredibly hard to get to this stage and to secure approval from the Malta Gaming Authority, and armed with our licence we will continue to deploy our ambitious growth plans for this year and beyond.”
The provider’s Malta licence follows approval from the UK Gambling Commission to partner with operators in the region and subsequently offer its games to players in the market. The group vows that more launches are planned during the course of the year.
Spribe‘s turbo games, which includes titles such as Aviator, Mines and Dice, are mobile optimised and have been designed to appeal to a younger audience than traditional slots and table games.
Furthermore, the firm also offers operators a portfolio of skill games and table games including Poker, Backgammon, Bura, Seka and Domino, which are designed and developed in its studios in Kyiv, Ukraine.