Supplier Octoplay has targeted its second European licence, after being granted a recognition notice from the Malta Gaming Authority.
With five slot titles to its name, Octoplay can now supply its igaming content to MGA-licenced operators within the jurisdiction.
This agreement follows the awarding of its debut licence received in August, which allowed the company to start offering slot games to operators in Romania.
Carl Ejlertsson, Octoplay CEO, suggested that the recognition notice was a key development for the young studio whilst it applied for a full MGA licence.
“We are now open for business in Malta and will be in all other regulated jurisdictions soon,” commented the CEO.
“Interest in our unique games has been very high since we launched last month, and we are excited about the opportunities that the recognition notice opens up for us. Thank you very much Malta.”
Octoplay’s initial slot games, Pearly Shores, Heavy Anchor and Hot Harvest, were recently joined by two new titles as Disco Dive and Blazing Touch expanded the company’s product portfolio.
This latest development has come only a month after the supplier formed its first content integration agreement, securing a deal to supply its content to Betsson’s proprietary RGS platform.
In reaction to its first integration deal, Ejlertsson stated: “This deal is a testament to the quality of our games and the forward looking product vision at Betsson Group.”