SoftSwiss has hailed a “major milestone” as well as a “significant step forward,” after the online casino and sports betting software supplier’s game aggregator gained a B2B licence from the Malta Gaming Authority.
The achievement is to permit the company to expand the reach of its aggregation offering within Malta’s jurisdiction, while simultaneously strengthening partnerships alongside its existing clients.
SoftSwiss lauds the MGA as “one of the most renowned gaming jurisdictions and licensing bodies in the world,” as it eyes a slew of collaborations alongside providers holding their own such gaming licence from the regulator.
The company’s game aggregator solution currently brings together more than 70 casino game vendors with over 11,000 igaming titles, 3,000 of which support crypto in-game. The firm’s client network includes names such as PokerMatch, 1xbet, Digitain, PinUp and many others.
Max Trafimovich, CCO at SoftSwiss, noted: “We are happy to receive the MGA B2B licence for our game aggregator solution. It’s a significant step forward in our journey, which is opening new thrilling horizons for us.
“The MGA license is just another proof of the top-notch quality, security and transparency of our products and services, which will open the door to new long term partnerships and will drive further business growth.”
It has been a busy period of late for SoftSwiss with commercial tie-ups secured alongside the likes of 5Men Gaming, Eyecon, KA Gaming, and Eurasian Gaming, with it also revealed that SoftSwiss’ anti-fraud services have provided over 70 resolved complaints, with a total refund sum exceeding €370,000, over the last nine months.