Kalamba lauds MGA licence as a ‘testament’ to its market commitments

Kalamba Games has continued its quest to expand further in regulated markets as it is granted a supplier licence by the MGA.

Kalamba Games has continued its quest to expand further in regulated markets as the igaming content provider gains a supplier licence by the Malta Gaming Authority

Following the approval by the MGA, the licence will enable Kalamba to expand in various jurisdictions with the supplier lauding it as a “testament” to its commitment to regulated markets. 

“Being granted an MGA licence is an important milestone for us as we continue our growth strategy and bring innovative new content and promotional tools to regulated markets,” noted Steve Cutler, CEO and co-founder at Kalamba Games.

“Bullseye, our technology platform, is a distinct competitive advantage when addressing the ever-increasing array of regulatory requirements across multiple jurisdictions and licensing frameworks. Supporting our partners with top-notch entertainment for their players continues.”

Offering a catalogue of over 50 titles, as well as a set of promotional tools via its BullsEye platform and features tournaments, leaderboards, meta games with standard progressive and mystery jackpots, plus a new predictive CRM platform entitled StarGazer

The accreditation marks the latest market expansion for Kalamba who recently gained certifications to offer its content to local operators in Croatia, Italy, Portugal, Spain, Sweden and the Netherlands.

The MGA licence approval follows Kalamba Games’ most recent deal which saw the company strike a distribution alliance with gaming and betting operator SKS365.